Andrew Myers' Created a Portrait Using Suspended Painted Cubes

By: Ady Floyd - Sep 14, 2015
References: andrewmyersart & contemporist
Artist Andrew Myers created this massive portrait of his art dealer using painted cubes as a unique material. Each painted cube is hung in a specific place using a strategically measured piece of wire.

The final product of the portrait reveals a pixel-like design that has been extracted from a computer and placed in an art exhibit. The piece is cleverly titled 'My Dealer Is Not A Square.' The highly intricate portrait of Lawrence Cantor only recreates a section of the man's face. The image begins with eyebrows and ends just before the tip of his nose.

Andrew Myers hand-made the unique piece of artwork over seven months and the results are immaculate. The remixed version of a pixel image truly highlights the artist's creativity and talent.