Talented artist takes cubism to the next level by painstakingly creating portraits using only Rubik’s Cubes

Talented artist takes cubism to the next level by painstakingly creating portraits using only Rubik’s Cubes

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HOW’S this for a cubic feat? Artist Hazrat Mammadrzayev created a Stephen Hawking portrait entirely from Rubik’s Cube pieces.

The 22 year old arranges a side’s coloured tiles then places them in rows, using up to 500 cubes per design.

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Hazrat Mammadrzayev creates stunning portraits of famous faces using just Rubik’s cubes[/caption]

He spends ten hours to three days on each and has made around 180 in a year.

Hazrat limits himself to using just six colours when making his masterpieces – often recreating famous faces like Victoria Beckham.

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The prolific artist spends up to three days on a piece and has produced roughly 180 in a year[/caption]

Working out of his home of Khirdalan City, Azerbaijan, the prolific artist has created up to 15 portraits every single month for the past year since discovering his love for art back in 2013.

Hazrat said: “I feel very happy when I complete a piece. Each portrait is a story, and it is a story that ends well.

“I believe that the Rubik Cube is not a toy, it is life! They are colourful cubes that add colour to our lives!”

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Hazrat is limited to just six colours when making his masterpieces[/caption]

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He discovered his love of art six years ago and doesn’t see the Rubik’s cube as just a toy[/caption]

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Hazrat says he feels happy when he completes a piece as ‘each portrait is a story, and it is a story that ends well’[/caption]



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