HuffPoMost of us struggle to even solve a Rubik's Cube, never mind using them to create awesome pieces of art. And that's what some great talents have done here, using the classic puzzle to build homages to staples of pop culture. The movement's known as Rubik Cubism, and may be only the art form to celebrate the beauty that is Jaws from "The Spy Who Loved Me." Obviously, this is a genre that must be honored.
A genre that must be honored? You get no argument from this collective organ! But where is our glorious educational, colorblind-friendly submission?
THE ONLY TRUE MOST AWESOME RUBIK'S CUBE CREATION OF ALL TIME!
And we could go on and on...
Comrade WhoopieRubik's weak imitation of the People's Cube is gay.
...but some gays do love The People's Cube™.
I hereby order every prole to delve in mosaic until the Fuhrer His Holiness Obama says the peoples craft may progress. And comrades.... don't neglect the Red Squares!!!
We have LCD screens to think about!
Malevich, eat your heart out! You had only one dimly red square on canvas, but Otis has hundreds of gloriously vibrant, inspiring red squares! This, comrades, is what art is about!
Comrades, I have attempted to render our glorious Vice President in Rubik's Cubes, but no matter how hard I try parts of his brain keep falling out!
What am I doing wrong?