Tue, 05/22/2018 – 16:54
For decades, the paintings, sculptures, and sketches of Pablo Picasso have captivated art lovers from around the globe. Weaving through cubism, surrealism, and expressionism, he brought a new elasticity to form and figures, creating a visual language from which many artists have found continued inspiration including Omaraqil. The digital artist, illustrator, and designer from Lahore, Pakistan, has rendered Picasso paintings in three dimensions. Suddenly, the misplaced noses and malaligned eyes find themselves projecting out from the rendered canvases, adding a new sense of life to the classic works of art. “I have been studying his artworks since I have started my career,” the artist said. “His abstract visual language always inspired me and I have found new forms interacting with each other”.
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