Brick-by-Brick

We’ve shared our fascination with Legos before (here and here and here), but we’d be remiss to not mention New York-based artist Nathan Sawaya. He has taken the use of Legos as an art medium to a whole new level. With more than 1.5 million colored bricks in his New York art studio at any…

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Banister of Bricks

Continuing with the Lego theme (see past posts In honor of President’s Day…, Lego Minimalism, Go With The Flow, Gravity Defying Hot Desk), recent photos of this ridiculous (in a good way) Lego banister in a Manhattan apartment caught our eye. So many questions remain, such as sturdiness and how long it took to build.…

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Gravity Defying Hot Desk

Dublin creative agency Boys and Girls created this pretty awesome reception desk recently. Yes, it’s held up by giant Jenga blocks and balloons. Still trying to wrap our heads around how this is all possible and how sturdy it is. But it does look great. Be sure to check out their Lego boardroom table too.…

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Go With The Flow

Italian designer/photographer/illustrator Alberto Seveso has mastered the niche of underwater landscapes, involving lush inks and, yes, sometimes Lego figures. Really stunning work… Via burdu976.com (also check out his amazing photo illustrations for ESPN The Magazine here and here)

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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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