Sistine Chapel built using Rubik's Cubes
April 20, 2011 | 11 comments
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In a grounbreaking feat 11 people took 400 hours to recreate The Hand of God out of Rubik's Cubes.
Most daunting of all is the fact that each cube had to be adjusted so that the correct colours were visible for use in the picture. Creative director of the project Josh Chalom is hoping to recreate the entire roof of the Chapel, an undertaking that will require 250,000 cubes.
The Hand of God took more than 400 hours to make by a dedicated team of 11 puzzle fans. The team had to individually adjust each Rubik's cube by hand to give it the exact colours required to recreate the masterpiece.
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