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The Art of Nick Gentry Stunning floppy disk artworks by Nick Gentry. Floppy Disks Art by Nick Gentry Floppy Disks Art by Nick Gentry Art with Floppy Disks

Nick Gentry - Street Art

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 - Street Art

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.

Floppy Disk Portraits by Nick Gentry

A Collection of Portraits on Floppy Disks by Nick Gentry

Floppy Disk Portraits By Nick Gentry Artist Nick Gentry puts a newschool twist on an oldschool product. Can you imagine, floppy disks are already outdated? These art pieces, they are forever.

Floppy Disk Portraits by Nick Gentry

A Collection of Portraits on Floppy Disks by Nick Gentry

Floppy Disk Portraits By Nick Gentry Artist Nick Gentry puts a newschool twist on an oldschool product. Can you imagine, floppy disks are already outdated? These art pieces, they are forever.

Nick Gentry

Do you remember the trust floppy disk drive? The slot in the side of your PC which you'd clip your floppy disk into?

Nick Gentry

Do you remember the trust floppy disk drive? The slot in the side of your PC which you'd clip your floppy disk into?

Nick Gentry - Mixed Media, Archaic Technology As Painting Platform via http://beautifuldecay.com/2013/04/08/archaic-technology-as-painting-platform/

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.

By Nick Gentry

Recycling Possessions into Artwork

Floppy disk Portrait by Nick Gentry

A Collection of Portraits on Floppy Disks by Nick Gentry

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.

Nick Gentry

Nick Gentry is a British artist who uses obsolete media formats, such as floppy disks, VHS tapes, polaroids and cassettes, to create his unique portraits.

Nick Gentry (painter) created “Monarch,” a portrait, using oil paint and computer disks on wood. Gentry used these materials to emphasis the importance of personal objects and recycling. Gentry’s work is an example of post-modernism because it is a portrait of a real person but is painted with oil paint making it look realistic but is not real. I enjoy Gentry’s work because of the interesting materials used and the way he goes about executing the product.

Floppy Disk Mosaics by Nick Gentry

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New floppy disk art by Nick Gentry

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