Artist Nick Gentry Makes Stunning Portraits Out Of Oldskool Floppy Disks
Do you still remember these legendary objects, nowadays almost vanished, called “floppy disks” ? This USB key’s ancestor is, just the VHS and the cassette, a true historical piece. The artist Nick Gentry rehabilitates this old memories et give them a new life in a very insolite way, by using them as a canvas for his paintings.
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