The 1985 Amiga computer launch conference, demonstrated its graphics software by having Andy Warhol photoshop Blondie's lead singer, live, on his first ever computer. I know it's funny to be referring to digital manipulation as "photoshopping" when it actually occurred half a decade before Photoshop even existed but there it is as defined by Merriam-Webster: to alter (a digital image) with Photoshop software or other image-editing software especially in a way that distorts reality.
Until recently the resulting images from the demonstration had been lost works and unseen. But Carnegie Mellon University's Computer Club managed to recover the images from 41 floppies. The process was documented which you can check out at the May 10th premier of "Trapped: Andy Warhol's Amiga Experiments" at the Carnegie Museum of Art.