Tag Archives: Lego

Lego Chandelier by Tobias Tostesen

A stunning chandelier made of nearly 7,000 transparent Lego bricks by Danish industrial designer Tobias Tostesen which was presented during the 2013 Milan Design Week. “The approach was to change the notions of what LEGO (…)

Lego Bonsai by Azuma Makoto

Japanese botanical artist Azuma Makoto created this very nice bonsai tree entirely made of Lego bricks. With a great attention to detail, he meticulously reproduced a wavy bed of moss as well as various colours of (…)

Wooden Lego by Thibaut Malet

Thibaut Malet is a French designed based in Montpellier who specializes in interior and furniture design, and who created a series of 20 Lego handmade art toys. Each toy is made of wood and numbered, (…)

Lego Great Ball Contraption

Before this video, we thought that we had seen everything that could be made with Lego bricks, and then, we were way wrong. Japanese wiz Akiyuki created the amazing “Lego Great Ball Contraption”, a 102 (…)

Sculptures by Andrew Lewicki

An nice collection of sculptures by Los Angeles-based artist Andrew Lewicki who graduated from OTIS College of Art and Design five years ago. With a Louis Vuitton wafle maker, concrete Lego blocks, a “Less Paul” (…)

Lego Imagine by Jung Von Matt

German agency Jung Von Matt has created this clever series of print ads for Lego, recreating our favourite cartoon characters with the most basic Lego bricks. You will see the TMNT, the Smurfs, South (…)

Lego PMD by Rosan Bosch and Rune Fjord

Another excellent project by Copenhagen-based studio Rosan Bosch in collaboration with Rune Fjord  for Lego‘s development department, Lego PMD, located in Billund, Denmark. “A working environment where fun, play and creativity are paramount and where the (…)

Lego Album Covers by Aaron Savage

A fun series of photographs entitled “Brick the L.P.” by London-based graphic designer Aaron Savage, who recreated famous album covers with Legos­. You will find many artists such as David Bowie, Kiss, Nirvana, Prodigy, (…)

Lego Dispatchwork by Jan Vormann

Dispatchwork is a fun movement initiated a few years ago by Jan Vormann, a 27-year old German artist who started patching old walls with Lego bricks during a contemporary art festival in Bocchignano, Italy. It has now become (…)

Lego Tattoos for Pilot Extra Fine

A very nice creative execution by Barcelona-based advertising agency Grey for Pilot in order to promote their ExtraFine pens. The concept lies in the contrast between the symbole of low resolution, Lego, and the high (…)