And you thought the Rubik’s Cube was boring?

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Another example of pushing the boundaries of real-life design is the work of the Cube Works studio, a design agency based in Toronto, Canada. When you hear about a portrait, what first pops up in your mind is a regular picture frame or maybe a painting. But the people at Cube Works might have thought that it wasn’t challenging enough, so they decided to start creating 3D portraits using Rubik’s cubes… To be fairly honest, solving one is already quite challenging to me, but assembling hundreds of them following a specific pattern? They must be pretty patient.

Anyway, enjoy their outstanding work (website:


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