"I can solve a 3x3x3 Rubik's Cube within 90 secs," writes David Wright on his Twitter bio. Wright is also a fan of Christian Eriksen, the soccer player who scarily collapsed on the field earlier this month; after Eriksen recovered from his cardiac event and left the hospital, Wright paid him an artistic tribute, using his Rubik's skills:
When you've got both left- and right-brain wired like this, they should call it Wright-brain.
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I am glad Christian Ericson was able to lend his Rubik's Cubes, so this guy could make pixel art. Otherwise, where would we be?
We are many creatives who have felt a need to show our support for Christian Eriksen in some way or another. Being hafl-Dane and only fit for E-sports, I made a livery for one of the cars I and other members of the Danish Racing League use in Gran Turismo Sport. Here you go. Still by no means as impressive as David's insane Rubrix cube skills,. I am sure there are many more to be discovered.