Pretty. Cool. (via animalnewyork.com)
Christopher Nolan’s amazing film looks even cooler in Lego form. This short film represents over 1000 hours of meticulous work to recreate the magic.
LEGO and history? I’ll take three. Planet Street Painting did an amazing job for the Sarasota Chalk Festival.
Or, rather, literally: LEGO my Eggo. View Image ›
LEGO, Y U NO MAKE SETS? These are awesome but most people aren’t talented enough to create epic stained glass art without templates. LEGO is really dropping the ball here. View List ›
Jon Vormann takes Legos to new heights. He’s made installations all around the world, rebuilding damaged/old architecture with Lego bricks. Below are just a handful, but check out his Dispatchwork website for some of his newest pieces. Pure genius. View List ›
There’s nothing like a bit of body art to break up all that yellow Lego skin. This interesting form of Lego art is actually just a clever Ad campaign for Pilot Extra Fine pens. View Image ›