Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Convert anything to cubist style in real life
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Using a multi-angled asymetrically faceted acrylic tube or dome that can refract and/or reflect the light of the object image inside thus showing multiple angles at the same time.
sartep, Jul 26 2003

cubized po-rtrait http://www.hockeygo...com/img/picasso.jpg
[FarmerJohn, Oct 05 2004, last modified Oct 17 2004]


       Enjoy your multi-angled asymetrically faceted bun.
thumbwax, Jul 26 2003

       do it to a teletubby before you get my bun.
po, Jul 26 2003

       Do you mean another Teletubby or are you saying that you want to be the first one in this?
sartep, Jul 26 2003

       Tinky Winky likes to try stuff first and who am I to deny...
po, Jul 26 2003

       FJ. wow :)
po, Jul 26 2003

       FarmerJohn, is that the *before* picture?
thumbwax, Jul 26 2003

       1^3 buns for you
neilp, Jul 26 2003

       thumbwax, a Teletubby before makeup.
FarmerJohn, Jul 26 2003

       Ok, Picasso, this idea sounds good, but can you also create a distortion that makes something look in the Impressionist style, such as a Claude Monet, Vincent van Gogh, or a Pierre-Auguste Renoir?
darkknight_152002, Jul 26 2003

       On Cuba's 50th anniversary, no less...
RayfordSteele, Jul 27 2003

       Impressionist glass is already baked, many showers have this glass. What would be really hard (but I believe still possible) to create would be fauviser glass.
sartep, Jul 27 2003

       What is *fauviser*? Do you mean *faux visor*?
thumbwax, Jul 27 2003

       Fauvism, art movement from 1898-1908, had an unnatural use for color.
sartep, Jul 27 2003

       A movement still in use in certain casinos.
bristolz, Jul 27 2003

       Ah. Well. There you have it. Shocking unnatural colo(u)r combination Casinos are awash in faux visors in an effort to keep guests from cheating back.
sartep, I was teasing, as *fauviser* isn't a word. Yet.
thumbwax, Jul 27 2003

       = government adviser
po, Jul 27 2003

       Ah, I wasn't sure if it was a joke or if you were asking me a question and since I didn't want to make light of a real question, I just answered it.   

       Too bad it's not a real word.
sartep, Jul 27 2003


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