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This Is What Happens When You Copy Picasso's Art With Real Objects

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This Is What Happens When You Copy Picasso's Art With Real Objects

MIMIC is a series that recreates Picasso's paintings with hyper-realistic 3D models.

Everything about the new compositions is exactly the same as the original, making the series a fitting tribute to the iconic artist. After all, Picasso was the one who said, "Good artists copy; great artists steal."

This series is a self-initiated project by Omar Aqil. He's a digital artist from Pakistan with an affinity for abstract expressionism. Picasso has been his main source inspiration since he began a career in digital illustration and CGI effects.

Aqil's art is a trippy cocktail of surrealism, hyperrealism, and 3D modeling. He hopes to give Picasso's abstract shapes new meaning by translating them into recognizable 3D objects.

Follow his work here on Behance.

Via Behance

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