Challenge – Picasso’s Work Might Become 3D Printed and Become a Reality

Picasso’s Work Might Become a 3D Printed and Become a Reality.

Pegasus Picasso’s bizarre works inspired numerous modern artists, including the Pakistani illustrator Omar Aqil, who was inspired and realized that the works of the Spanish master can become 3D models.
Called “MIMIC,” Aqil’s ambitious project centers upon six pieces created by Picasso as early as 1928: Seated Woman (1930), Visage (1928), Buste de femme Dans un fauteuil (1949), Composition (1946) and Black Figure (1948).
If you can make a 3D model for it you can print it. Challenge!

Seated Woman (1930)

Visage (1928)

Buste de femme Dans un fauteuil (1949)

Monument to the Spaniard (date unknown)

Composition (1946)

Black Figure (1948)

Omar Aqil, who created MIMIC. “In this visual mimicry I have shown how the skill respond when it comes across the complexity of someone’s thought, and how the meanings of the shapes and forms have been changed and they create new physical qualities.”

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