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Fantastic Art Made of Floppy Disks [PICS]

As part of the generation that grew up around floppy disks, artist Nick Gentry has a special place in his heart for the now defunct media format.

Nick Gentry is a British artist from London. Much of his artistic output has been generated with the use of contributed artifacts and materials. His art is influenced by the development of consumerism, technology and cyber-culture in society, with a distinctive focus on obsolete media. He is best known for his floppy disk paintings, placing an emphasis on recycling and the reuse of personal objects as a central theme. | Textile Design and Designer`s Platform

UK artist Nick Gentry is known for his impressive floppy disk portraits. Gentry explores even more characters in his updated collection of floppy disk canvases.

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Project Showcase : Floppy Disc Painting by Nick Gentry

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Nicholas Gentry - CITIZEN 2012 Oil and used computer disks on wood x

London artist Nick Gentry is fascinated with obsolete technology such as film negatives and floppy disks, and this project is a perfect example of what happens when technology and art collide.

Floppy disks used as canvas for amazing futuristic paintings

'Digital Montage Number by Nick Gentry - Oil painting on used floppy disks and wood, x

Floppy disks used as canvas for amazing futuristic paintings | Art | Creative Bloq

Floppy disks used as canvas for amazing futuristic paintings

XChange by Nick Gentry - Obsolete disks and discarded negatives make for startling portraits at Robert Fontaine Gallery

Floppy Disk Portraits by Nick Gentry: it would be nice if, in a museum installation, we could see the files on the disks (I'd like to think the disks were hers)

A Collection of Portraits on Floppy Disks by Nick Gentry

Timeless Portraits Created On Obsolete Floppy Disks And Film

Timeless Portraits Created On Obsolete Floppy Disks And Film

KALEIDOSCOPE by Nick Gentry. Oil and used computer disks on wood, "London artist Nick Gentry creates floppy disk paintings and art from the obsolete technology of society.

Xchange / Nick Gentry

Xchange / Nick Gentry

Nick Gentry - XCHANGE 2 Oil paint and used computer disks on wood

¿Pintan los androides cuadros eléctricos? #ARTECONDISQUETES #YOROKOBU

¿Pintan los androides cuadros eléctricos

Nick Gentry: Stardust Oil paint and used computer disks on wood

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Nick Gentry : Salvaging Discarded Media

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