|Created by David Alvarez.. He just stands there, solves each cube to present the right pattern, and sets it in place, apparently without any kind of reference.
"Yes, I rotated every single rubik's cube to the project. First thing before I started working on the project was learn how to solve it. After that, then I knew how the rubik's can be used to my advantage for the project and make a portrait.
I DID NOT BREAK THE CUBES, OR PEEL THE STICKERS. In all, there are 336 rubik's cubes and the project is 4ft in length and 3ft in height. " [ Youtube link ]