Spotlight Your Photos — Turn Them Into Rubik's Cubes

Convert Your Photos to Cubes — Use Photoshop

The Popular Eighties Icon  Ernö Rubik invented the Cube in 1974 in Budapest, Hungary. He wanted a working model to help explain three-dimensional geometry; he ended up creating the world's best-selling toy — more than 300 million Rubik's Cubes have been sold worldwide.

There is only one correct answer and 43 quintillion wrong ones for Rubik's Cube. Fortunately, when using Photoshop, it's not that difficult to give your photos the Rubik's Cube look. See a few of Warren Camp's Rubik's Cube photo conversions below.

Check out these custom 3-D Rubik's Cubes.




Sharp-Cornered Cubes

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On each of the four images, Warren placed the same photo on three sides of a Rubik's Cube that he designed with tightly connected, square-cornered tiles. He added shadowed text on a couple of the cubes.


Before-and-after image of snow-covered monkeys that Warren converted to a Rubik's Cube image

Photo credit: National Geographic

Before-and-after image of a smiling young boy that Warren converted to a Rubik's Cube image

Photo credit: Gavin Smith

Before-and-after image of a young girl that Warren converted to a Rubik's Cube image

Photo credit: Jackie Hutchinson

Before-and-after image of one of Raphael's painted cheribs that Warren converted to a Rubik's Cube image

Painting credit: Raphael; Sistine Chapel

Before-and-after image of a young girl that Warren converted to a Rubik's Cube image

Desert photo credit: Aprende1001idiomas



Rounded-Corner Cubes

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On two seashell and road sign images, the same photo was placed on three sides of a Rubik's Cube with rounded-corner tiles separated by thick solid gaps.


Before-and-after image of a seashell that Warren converted to a Rubik's Cube image

Upright scallop shell image

Before-and-after image of a pair of seashells shaped as a heart that Warren converted to a Rubik's Cube image

Heart-shaped cardium seashell image

Before-and-after image of a pair of seashells shaped as a heart that Warren converted to a Rubik's Cube image

Christian construction image

Before-and-after image of a pair of seashells shaped as a heart that Warren converted to a Rubik's Cube image

Eternity road sign image



Custom Cubes

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Custom Cube 1  Three different photos of a cute little guy were used to create a custom 54-piece Rubik's Cube. With rounded corners and wide transparent gaps, the Cube sits on a shadowed, color-complementary background.


Before-and-after images of a baby boy that Warren converted to a Rubik's Cube image

Three different photos on one custom cube

Photo credit: Vitalijs Geraskins


Custom Cube 2  Warren used three different photos of crosses to create a 384-piece Rubik's Cube with square corners and narrow transparent gaps. Shadows beneath the Cube suggest elevation. Matching shadows were added to the text.


Before-and-after images of crosses that Warren converted to a Rubik's Cube image

Three different photos on one custom cube



A Combined Jigsaw-Rubik's Cube

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Combining elements of a jigsaw puzzle and a Rubik's Cube, Warren created a 24-piece Rubik's Cube with tiles made of puzzle pieces he created.


Before-and-after images of a wedded couple that Warren converted to a Rubik's Cube image

Three different photos on one custom cube

Photo credit: Paul Silk





 Jigsaw Puzzle Images   |   Rubik's Cube Images  



In addition to this pair of jigsaw puzzle and Rubik's Cube conversion pages,
see the large collection of WCD's unique photo edit pages in the left column.





Don't wait any longer to showcase your photo presentations. Contact Warren Camp Design today, at 209-795-7661, to discuss your upcoming campaign and learn how Warren can utilize his digital artistry skills to enhance and give prominence to your photos.