From Cubist Legend Portraits to Spontaneous Spanish Paintings

By: Alexandra Serrano - Published: Sep 27, 2012
These Picasso inspirations are a testament to the longstanding appeal of the Spanish painter's genius.

Pablo Picasso was one of the most influential and inspiring artists of the 20th century. It comes as no surprise that the notoriously inventive leader continues to inspire artists and creators alike with his signature movements and modernistic styles. Perhaps the most famous of these is the avant-garde cubist movement that experiments with space, form and a 3D aesthetic.

This was highly advanced for the early 20th century. The cubist aesthetic remains prominent in art, and has been reinterpreted by modern-day artists who take this notion to the next level. As seen in the work Pablo Lobato, the cubist spirit is alive and well with his depictions of celebrities using Picasso's aesthetic. These pieces showcase novel Picasso inspirations.