The classic Cubism style would break a realistic image, such as a person, into pieces. The divided body would highlight the individual parts that make up the whole. Palmer’s Cubism, in contrast, segments the abstract. Fluid lines are distorted by a triangle. An undisturbed patch of color is broken up with glaring circles. This is an incredibly rare style that was never properly unveiled as it was created immediately prior to the 2020 global coronavirus pandemic.