Graffiti Artist Paints Bridge To Look Like A Giant LEGO Structure

Graffiti Artist Paints Bridge To Look Like A Giant LEGO Structure
Arts & Culture

An eye-catching street art made to look like large toy building blocks.

Yi Chen
  • 17 july 2012

What was once an abandoned railway bridge in Wuppertal, Germany, has been transformed into an interesting artwork. The local council gave permission for graffiti artist, Martin Heuwold (aka Megx), to turn the 250-square-feet of concrete into what looks like a colorful bridge made from giant LEGO blocks.

35-year-old Heuwold spent four weeks turning the gray structure into a vibrant and clever piece of street art. The bridge was part of an old train line that has since been converted into a pedestrian and cycle path.


+building block
+public space
+street art

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