Designer Presents a Series of 3D Interpretations of Pablo Picasso’s Paintings
Pakistani designer Omar Aqil published a series of works named MIMIC, where he imagined what Pablo Picasso’s paintings would look like in 3D, DesignTaxi writes. According to the author, he randomly chose several works of the Spanish artist and tried to recreate them while introducing minor changes.
“MIMIC is a series of new visual experiments using art from the past. In this visual mimicry I have shown, how skill responds when it come across the complexity of someone’s thought and how the meanings of the shapes and forms have been changed and create new physical qualities,” the designer says. “It proposes to give a new implication of Picasso’s artworks with a series of hyper-realistic visuals.”