Invader Gallery Displays Creativity With Rubik's Cube Art

By: Andrew Robichaud - Published: Jun 22, 2009 • References: space-invaders & designboom
Solving a Rubik's Cube is hard enough as it is, never mind customizing the sides in order to create a visual masterpiece. That's why the collection of Rubik's Cube art by Invader being shown at the Johnathan Levine Gallery takes true genius and skill.

The art of 'painting' with a Rubik's Cube is believed to have originated from the French artist, Invader. He carefully puts together brick by brick, square by square, color patterns that create an overall image (like a Rubik's Cube collage).

The work he has accomplished is rather fascinating. I guess the Rubik's Cube is good for something (other than fueling my anger issues.) Stats for Brain Game Artistry Trending: Older & Average
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