Love, love, love the Lego Wars series by New York based fine art photographer Dale May. Dale uses macro photography to transform tiny, plastic, Star Wars LEGO figures into epic, heroic stature. Iconic, nostalgic, yet timeless, the artist brings a new look to
LEGO Artist Nathan Sawaya has teamed up with award-winning Aussie photographer Dean West to take LEGO where it has never been before. The project is a series of tableau compositions based on ideas about nature, culture, society and
Written by Guest Blogger Laura Gonzalez ‘Imagine’ is the latest campaign designed by the Hamburg based agency Jung von Matt for toy manufacturer Lego. Conceived to play at guessing riddles, main characters from cartoon TV shows like The Simpsons, South Park or Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, appear recreated with Lego bricks in a minimalist way. […]
What a trendy little piece of technology! And of course its only available in Japan. Pentax has collaborated with Nano blocks, the Japanese Lego, to use their 8x8x5mm blocks as skins. There are four designs available: The Lion, The Camouflage, The Bicycle, and The Classic Camera.
The Lego Kitchen was created by Munchausen, a duo formed by Parisian designers Simon Pillard and Philippe Rosetti, where they customized a basic IKEA kitchen island bar and then spend a full week covering it with more than 20,000 Lego pieces
Fans of Star Wars or fans of Lego you will be pleased by Mike Stimpson Photoshoot – Mike aka Balakov takes quite a lot of photographs of LEGO. He also love messing with macro lighting. In fact, he’s a total lighting geek, no sense in denying it. He is famous as Balakov on Flickr and have his prints for sale on RedBubble