Shari Austrian uses photographs and architectural plans to create Lego houses based on customers’ homes.
The Brooklyn Museum today became the first in the US to host a public collection point for Legos to send to Ai Weiwei.
Tomorrow would be Pablo Picasso’s 133rd birthday. Can you guess what we got him to mark this milestone? If you answered, “a replica of his gut-wrenching rendering of the bombing of a Spanish town made out of children’s building blocks,” you are correct!
OAKLAND, Calif. — Legos have come a long way and they continue to evolve and adapt.
Lego released a new kit this month with no instructions, almost entirely white bricks, and the hopes that you’ll turn the blocks into mini-modernist experiments.
LOS ANGELES — Did you play with Legos as a kid? I did, and so did a lot of other former kids who are now grown-ups. Some of those grown-ups have become artists, and it’s been fascinating to see what they’ve been up to.
The Little Artists, now known as Cake & Neave, turn iconic works of art into tiny lego sculptures. In one series, the duo create artist portraits like this one of Jeff Koons, featured with his (basket)balls. This isn’t the Made in Heaven series, people!