The Comic-Cubist

Kamado Cubicom

30 years of comic cubism

To mark this occasion, the KAMADO B10 GERMANY manufactory is releasing this hand-painted Kamado Kubicom in collaboration with ditArdo the comic cubist The Kamado KUBICOM is named after the Comic Cubism style developed by ditArdo, which ironically reflects the classical modernism of Georges Braque or Pablo Picasso and translates it into pop art-inspired comic strips.…

To mark this occasion, the KAMADO B10 GERMANY manufactory is releasing this hand-painted Kamado Kubicom in collaboration with ditArdo the comic cubist

The Kamado KUBICOM is named after the Comic Cubism style developed by ditArdo, which ironically reflects the classical modernism of Georges Braque or Pablo Picasso and translates it into pop art-inspired comic strips.

The transfer to the three-dimensionality of a Kamado cites the totality of perspective that once made Cubism a revolutionary art form.