Floppy disks and film negatives get a second life as the canvases for British artist Nick Gentry's portraits. While his materials may consist of obsolete technology, the results are haunting and often curiously futuristic.

Infinite Echoes, 2009

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Navigator, 2010

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Auto Emotion, 2010

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History, 2010

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Status, 2010

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Time Machine, 2011

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Residual Memory, 2011

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Lucid heart, 2011

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Life Story, 2011

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Super Killers, 2011

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Klondike GZ, 2011

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Profile Number 6, 2012

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Profile Number 7, 2012

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Lost Moments, 2012

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D Base, 2013

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American Heritage, 2013

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Kaleidoscope, 2013

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All We Are, 2013

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Invader, 2013

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Omega, 2013

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Starlight, 2013

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1978, 2014

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Monarch, 2014

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Freizeit, 2014

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Deja vu, 2014

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We Were There, 2014

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M, 2014

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Surface, 2014

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Fade, 2014

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Metropolis, 2014

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The images are from Nick Gentry's Flickr stream and Facebook page, except when noted otherwise.

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