FaBrickation is a research project that aims to save time by replacing smaller parts with Lego bricks.
Jon Lazar built a model based on the general design scheme of the tech retail spaces with two floors housing iPads, MacBooks, iPhones and a Genius Bar.
Occupational therapist Christina Stephens gets creative after her foot was amputated in an accident.
Japanese artist Rie Hosokai created the design based on the balloon dress for Tokyo’s “Piece of Peace” exhibit.
Dean West and Nathan Sawaya’s photo series ‘In Pieces’ features specially-sculpted objects made of the popular blocks placed within the scenes.
To celebrate '55 years of the brick', agency Brad in Montreal created posters with LEGO blocks recreating well-known books, songs, movies, and bands.
This unofficial tribute to the Hermes bag is made using toy bricks and features a working flap closing and two large pockets inside.
The playful and unique feature for a boy's bedroom was created by licensed LEGO artist Sean Kenney.
The Japanese retailer encourages kids to construct animals, vehicles and other creative objects using colorful templates and the popular building blocks.
An innovative hydraulic press turns ordinary mud into structural blocks.