http://www.metro.co.uk/news/article.html ?The_?20,000_Rubiks_Cube_Mona_Lisa&in_ar ticle_id=511473&in_page_id=34
A street artist known only as Invader is making a killing recreating famous images such as Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa - out of Rubik's Cubes.
He uses up to 800 of the cult 1980s blocks for each work and then sells them for as much as £20,000 apiece.
He has recreated the likes of Andy Warhol's Campbell's Soup, historic events such as the 9/11 attack and celebrities including Stanley Kubrick.
Each work can take up to two days to put together and Invader uses a computer-generated picture to calculate how to twist the blocks into position.
The works are all the more impressive as they appear to overcome the limits imposed by the Rubik's Cube palette of just six colours.
I just love seeing creative shit like this which flips off the killjoys saying that "nothing is original anymore". I saw more of his work in the paper, one of his pieces being the "Here's Johnny" scene from The Shining (which he called a RubikKubrick).