designer omar aqil (OMARAQIL) wants to revive picasso’s abstract style in every medium. following his previous series,’ mimic I and mimic II, the pakistan-based designer released another picasso-inspired set of portraits: jokers, knights, kings, queens, and other abstract characters.
all images courtesy of omaraqil
OMARAQIL used cinema 4D, octane, photoshop, and illustrator to create these dramatic characters. shiny cylinders gleam with texture. curved, matte tubes invite you inside their backwards-mouths. spiraling, staring, sharply pointing an abstract tongue — these asymmetric oddities laugh at us. they highlight picasso’s style in aggressive, grotesque, adorably hilarious ways.
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