That’s a lot of Rubik’s Cubes

4242 Rubik's Cubes were used to create this triple portrait of Dr Martin Luther King Jr

4242 Rubik’s cube cubes and many hours of work were needed to achieve this triple portrait of Martin Luther King Jr.

Original site is in German, so here’s a rough translation (with the help of google, that is):

4242 Rubik’s cube cubes and many hours of work. The result is an approximately 5.8 m wide and 2.9 m high portrait of Dr. Martin Luther King Junior. Pete Fecteau , with the help of YouCanDoTheRubiks, First Park Congregational Church, The Student Advancement Foundation and Cooley Law School produced about half a ton of heavy work of art.  A a computer-generated blueprint was used for the presentation of his ‘Dream Big’, which got him in the top 50 of 1700 participants of the ArtPrize in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

via Dream Big | Ignant.

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Author: David Cantatore

International polymorph geek.

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