Mind-Boggling Rubikcubism Art

The possibilities for art are really infinite, and the following showcase is another confirmation to that. Have you ever seen any major pixel artworks made entirely of Rubik’s cubes? Now we’ll show you them. This distinctly modern art form is generally believed to be originated by a French cube-based fine artist known as Space Invader. Overall, such rubikcubism style reminds of mosaics where each small colored square on the face of a Rubik’s cube represents one pixel. Have a look around these impressive large-scale portraits of iconic people as well as recreations of famous pop-art pieces and classic works using nothing more than Rubik’s cubes. This whopping cubing art indeed takes on a different meaning.

Rubik Bonnie & Clyde

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Rubikcubism

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Mario Divided

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Roiro

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Rubik Target

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Pixelplosion

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Rubik Jacquet

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Rubik Mona Lisa

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Rubik Ingres

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Rubik Kubrik

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Rubik Frankenstein Close Up

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Rubik Arrested Sid

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Rubik Kiss

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Rubik Capone

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Rubik Scarface Machine Gun

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Rubik Travis Mohican

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Rubik A Bomb

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Rubik 9-11

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Rubik 3 Little Carlos

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Rubik Soup

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