“The raid on Guernica is unparalleled in military history. Guernica was not a military objective. A factory producing war material lay outside the town and was untouched. The object of the bombardment was seemingly the demoralization of the civil population and the destruction of the cradle of the Basque race.” – George L. Steer, The Times
Artist and illustrator Federico Babina draws, inspired by cubism, most famous artistic icons from music, cinema and painting. They are represented with details that characterize them like moustache, glaces or hair.
Online art tool by William Ngan can convert images into triangulated polygons, which you can edit in-browser and saved as SVG file:
Kubist transforms an ordinary image into cubism-like composition.
One of the most fascinating aspects in digital arts is the interplay
between imaginations and algorithms, the unending surprises derived from
tweaking your ideas and tweaking your code, back and forth. I encourage
you to try out Kubist, as well as getting the source code and putting your imaginative forces to work!
You can try out the app online here, or find out more how it was put together here