Frames of Mind by Alberto Lucas López, National Geographic

From his early childhood years sketching in the dirt to his final hours at age 91, Pablo Picasso was devoted to mastering his deeply personal art. Tens of thousands of works that touch on countless topics. Those recurring topics are grouped in 12 major themes in this infographic. Each of the 12 themes is further divided into artistic subcategories. The size of the area of each category reflects the number of artworks on that theme. To transport the reader to a Picassian dimension, the infographic was created with the recurring techniques, shapes and colors originally used by the artist in his work. The result: an analysis of Picasso's obsessions painted in oil on a canvas whose original dimension exceeded 60 inches in length (1.5 meters). A rigorous analysis represented artistically.

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