by Nini Baseema in New Art on Wednesday 22 January 2014

If you grew up in the eighties like me, then you know that back then there was NO WAY around the Rubik’s Cube. We all eagerly played, only to get frustrated after a while for not being able to sort it completely. I surely have wasted many hours on the toy- but that’s probably nothing compared to Pete Fecteau. He took 4242 Rubik’s Cubes to construct a portrait of Martin Luther King Jr. The complex mosaic with the title Dream Big weighs half a ton and measures 18’6″ x 9’8.

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