Picasso’s Guernica In 3D

December 1, 2009 at 7:42 am | Posted in Lifescape | Leave a comment
clipped from mariopiperni.com

Pablo Picasso   http://mariopiperni.com/

The first time I saw a Picasso live was at New York’s Guggenheim a number of years back. It was one of his early works before he ventured off into Cubism. A Picasso lover was born.

One of his signature pieces is Guernica, the gigantic (25′ wide x 11′ high) masterpiece depicting the horrors of war.  In the following video, Guernica is masterfully brought to 3D life by use of software (Maya and After Effects).
clipped from www.youtube.com

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