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Nick Gentry’s Floppy Disk Paintings Offer Recycled Memories

by Range

Even though you don’t want to admit it, you probably still got a stash of floppy disks hidden around somewhere, just like you probably have a stash of cassette tapes hidden in a pile of old stuff.

nick gentry floppy disk art

For some geeks, it’s hard to throw out old technology-related stuff, kind of like how some fashionistas have trouble throwing out old clothes. Heck, I probably have 4-6 old computers in storage at home. I don’t know why, but I still do.

nick gentry floppy disk art

Well Nick Gentry decided to use those good old floppy disks for a purpose, other than just taking up space. Nick’s art portfolio includes some really cool mixed media paintings, most incorporating old floppy disks.

nick gentry floppy disk art

You can check out many more of Nick’s amazing floppy disk creations over on his website, where you’ll also find that he has a fondness for VHS tapes.

[via Design You Trust]

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