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LEGO Street Art

German graffiti artist, Martin Heuwold aka MEGX, has painted a bridge with an area of 250 square meters to look like it was made from LEGO bricks.

This realistic 3-dimensional LEGO bridge took Heuwold four weeks to complete, with the help of city officials.
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06 May 2015 08:08:00
This Monday, September 15, 2014 photo shows glazed bricks displayed at the Iraqi National Museum in Baghdad. The Islamic State militants seek to purge society of all influences that don't conform with their strict, puritanical version of Islam. That means destroying not only relics seen as pagan but also Muslim sites they see as contradicting their ideology, particularly Sunni Muslim shrines they see as idolatrous as well as mosques used by Shiites, a branch of Islam they consider heretical. (Photo by Hadi Mizban/AP Photo)

This Monday, September 15, 2014 photo shows glazed bricks displayed at the Iraqi National Museum in Baghdad. The Islamic State militants seek to purge society of all influences that don't conform with their strict, puritanical version of Islam. That means destroying not only relics seen as pagan but also Muslim sites they see as contradicting their ideology, particularly Sunni Muslim shrines they see as idolatrous as well as mosques used by Shiites, a branch of Islam they consider heretical. (Photo by Hadi Mizban/AP Photo)
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21 Sep 2014 10:31:00
Banksys Artwork In Lego Form

The Bricksy series has just been released on the artist’s website with accompanying reference thumbnails of the original Banksy work. As the site says, “Bricksy is an edgy, underground LEGO street artist. He is rumored to have inspired Banksy’s iconic works, or is that the other way around?” Classic images such as Kissing Coppers, Naked Man and Balloon Girl all get a 3D reimagining in LEGO form. Image: Brick Cowboy.
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01 Jul 2014 11:35:00
An Indian nomadic Gujjar girl hangs on to a horse cart after collecting bricks from debris on the outskirts of Jammu, India, Tuesday, March 7, 2017. The Gujjar tribal communities are considered by some to be economically and socially backward and the lack of care by the state government has led to resentment amongst the community. The tribe moves to the plains from the hills to escape the cold winters. (Photo by Channi Anand/AP Photo)

An Indian nomadic Gujjar girl hangs on to a horse cart after collecting bricks from debris on the outskirts of Jammu, India, Tuesday, March 7, 2017. The Gujjar tribal communities are considered by some to be economically and socially backward and the lack of care by the state government has led to resentment amongst the community. The tribe moves to the plains from the hills to escape the cold winters. (Photo by Channi Anand/AP Photo)
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09 Jun 2017 06:36:00
Pixel Chair By Vivian Chiu

RISD furniture student vivian chiu has completed a new project called ‘pixel chair.’ Creating a trompe l’oeil effect, this seating unit is made up of 1/2" x 1/2" cubes,placed individually by hand in a brick-laid formation then laminated together.
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26 May 2014 13:03:00
Lego Turbine

A three metre lego turbine is displayed at Customs House August 16, 2007 in Sydney, Australia. Engineers without Borders are constructing a 7,000 LEGO brick fully functioning three-metre tall wind turbine in Customs House Square as part of a three day technology extravaganza to highlight the organisation's work in developing countries. (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)
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19 Oct 2011 10:11:00
[Battle Of Helm’s Deep Made From Lego

Based on the layout of Helm’s Deep featured in Peter Jackson’s film adaptation, this 150,000 brick set piece is astounding. The artists, who go by the names Rich-K and Big J, apparently, nail the atmosphere and scale of the conflict of one Lord of the Rings most iconic scenes. At the time these photos were taken, the model was about 90% complete, with an estimated four months worth of work. The time, money and personal investment that must have gone into this project is impressive.
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19 Sep 2013 10:22:00
Art lego

New York sculptor Nathan Sawaya has become renowned in the modern art world for his groundbreaking fusion of pop art and surrealism in pieces comprised solely of LEGO® bricks. His most recent work represents a new phase of artistic expression within this medium, as he explores themes of identity. All his new sculpture is in one way or another autobiographical, addressing the issue of self through symbolism to express his surrealistic ideology.
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15 Apr 2015 09:00:00