Nick Gentry, who hails from the London street art scene, engages in what he calls a “social art project.” His platform for art stems from technology of the past, like film negatives and floppy disks, that people mail to his studio gallery to help build the base of his work. The archaic technology creates an interesting pattern along with a pictorial image. The artist allows the “history” and “variety of the memories contained in used objects” to also serve as the subject of each piece reminding us of electronics of the past.

[via BeautifulDecay]