Lego Minimalism

Who doesn’t love Legos? Who doesn’t love minimalist design? Here we have the best of both worlds. This excellent “Imagine” ad campaign for Lego by German ad agency Jung von Matt really captures the heart of these splendid little bricks with such simplicity. Do you recognize them all?

Via Ads of the World


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