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This article was published on June 2, 2011


    Artist turns floppy disks into striking artwork [Video]

    Artist turns floppy disks into striking artwork [Video]
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    Nick Gentry has found a use for the world’s obsolete floppy disks – he’s turned them into works of art.

    The British artist also uses other outdated formats like VHS tapes, polaroids and cassettes in his striking portraits which are designed to comment on issues of ‘waste culture’, life cycles and identity.