Hello World! I am the Floppy Guy, a Seattle artist who creates things with 3.5” floppy disks. I dig their blockiness and simplicity that once were the icons of the Computer Age, the last “perfect” storage medium before everything evaporated into the Cloud. And yet! The humble floppy lives on as a skeuomorph in our taskbars, saving the results of our labors, allowing us to return to what WAS when what IS has lost its shine. I have at least 10k of them in my basement, where I assemble them into plastic mosaics, each disk a pixel, tributes to eight-bit characters of yore and modern visions alike.