Based in London, British artist Nick Gentry takes an unconventional approach to portrait creation. Sourcing his materials directly from the public, he constructs them using film negatives, VHS cassettes, x-ray prints and floppy disks. His artworks draw references from consumer waste to pop culture, with the aim of spotlighting the ‘obsolete’ objects to visualise the speed and extent of changes that are taking place today.
He lent his art to 3890Tigers in hope that it would bring to light the speed at which tigers are disappearing and their plight.
Let’s use art and technology to inspire each other to care for our environment that we have the ultimate privilege of sharing with these beautiful animals.
Their finished artwork for 3890Tigers
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