Andy Warhol's Batman? 10 Wacky And Forgotten Versions Of Famous Movies

In 2012, such heralded heroes as the Caped Crusader and Bilbo Baggins will hit the multiplex, making the producers enough gold bullion to make gallons of extremely expensive, fatal soup. » 7/19/12 11:40am 7/19/12 11:40am

Portraits of 20th century figures — or at least their skulls

Artist Istvan Laszlo combines the bone structure of famous artists, activists, and politicians with their trademark features and hair lines to create unique portraits of what lies beneath and above their skin. » 5/26/12 3:00pm 5/26/12 3:00pm

John Lennon Mahatma Gandhi Mao Tse-tung Mother Teresa

Here's Andy Warhol painting Debbie Harry with a 1980s paint program

In 1985, Andy Warhol attended the Commodore Amiga product launch with Debbie Harry a.k.a. the queen of Videodrome a.k.a. the world's occasional greatest rapper. Once settled in, he proceeded to learn the heretofore undiscovered joys of the paint bucket tool. » 3/30/12 3:00pm 3/30/12 3:00pm

Weird and Wonderful Movies That You'll Never Get to See

Netflix and your local DVD store are bursting with more movies than you could watch in your lifetime. But tragically, some of the world's strangest movies will never be available on DVD at all. The TCM database estimates that only 4.8% of all films ever made are currently available to the public. Though the Internet… » 1/25/12 8:00am 1/25/12 8:00am

Was there a miniature art museum on the Moon?

A new PBS documentary concludes that Andy Warhol and five other artists contributed sketches that were miniaturized and put on a postage-stamp-sized chip smuggled aboard Apollo 12. » 6/08/10 6:20am 6/08/10 6:20am

Best "human realizes he's secretly a robot" scene of all time

Creation Of The Humanoids is rumored to be Andy Warhol's favorite film, and camp-meister Susan Sontag extolled it in "The Imagination Of Disaster." It's easy to see why, from this scene where an anti-robot bigot realizes he's a robot. » 5/24/10 5:30pm 5/24/10 5:30pm

OMG Space Doggy!

Here's a detail from "Chip And Batty Explore Space" by artist William Wegman, showing a dog looking out from a space station. The full image shows another dog space-walking in a spacesuit. It's just one of the pieces of freaktastic art that NASA commissioned over the decades, which are going on display at the… » 5/22/08 3:31pm 5/22/08 3:31pm