Iconic Pop Pieces Made Entirely from Rubik’s Cubes

Iconic Pop Pieces Made Entirely from Rubik’s Cubes

Before I start this post I would like to know how many of you know to solve a Rubik cube ? I personally don’t know, and I never wanted to know how to solve one. Now you might ask yourself why I started this post by asking a question about rubic cubes ….because what I’ve discovered today is something that I can call “Decorating with Rubic Cubes” and is really amazing. Cube Works is a group that makes iconic pop pieces made entirely from Rubik’s Cubes. Can you imagine ? 100% from rubic cubes. That’s pretty impressive considering all those random combination’s that need to be made with the Rubik’s Cubes.

Each piece comes with an installation kit and instructions manual and can be easily mounted with any common household tools. The larger pieces though may require a specialist to come in, but he or she will have it set up the way you want it. For example the Rubik’s Cube Clint Eastwood ( last picture ) is made up of 650 cubes and it took 2 weeks to build. After watching these pictures I don’t know why I want a portrait made entirely from Rubic Cubes to hang on my wall. – Via – Vidafine


  • thea November 29, 2009 at 23:49 PMLogin to Reply →

    they’re really cool, but I think they could have produced better CAD environments to display them in. The first lounge setting doesn’t strike me as the sort of person to put up an iconic rubik’s cube pop art image. Sorry for noticing the small things :)

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    These are great! Any close up shots?

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