The Cubo-Futurism is a style of visual art that developed in Russia in the years before the First World War. This experience and elements of Cubism and Futurism were fused together. Typical of the Cubo-Futurism is the decomposition of a representational motif in cylindrical form elements.
Among the most important representatives who painted for a time in the Cubo-Futurist style, including Kazimir Malevich, Ivan Puni, David Burliuk and Lyubov Popova Sergejewna.
The Cubofuturism prepared the Rayonism and Suprematism.
Since 1978, the Italian musician and painter William accesses death from Gonzaga in his sculptures, prints and sculptures the Kubofutorismus new on and calls his artistic work New Cubofuturism (neo cubofuturismo ).