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Picasso's Guernica in 3D

Picasso's Guernica in 3D

Lena Gieseke's 3-dimensional view on the work that was commissioned by the Spanish government to commemorate the horrific Nazi German bombing of Guernica Spain

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Guest: (3374 days ago)
yes, but the bombing was carried ouut by the Lufftwaffe
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yes, but the bombing was carried ouut by the Lufftwaffe
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Guest: (3374 days ago)
what? "Nazi Germany"? It was Spain's own Franco who ordered the bombings on the Basque people...
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what? "Nazi Germany"? It was Spain's own Franco who ordered the bombings on the Basque people...
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Claudius Claudius (3373 days ago)
Latest comment: True, true, the condor striked. But what is the point of 3d-ing a painting? Picasso would have made a 3D rendering himself if he wanted to. Using a Comodore, haha.
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Latest comment: True, true, the condor striked. But what is the point of 3d-ing a painting? Picasso would have made a 3D rendering himself if he wanted to. Using a Comodore, haha.
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