Back to the Future, Hill Valley, 2015 AD, in LEGOS

Juxtapoz // Friday, February 03, 2012
Yes, you know, we are obsessed with LEGO art, and we are also obsessed with all things Back to the Future. Combining this love is Alex Schranz, a LEGO builder who has created a model set of Hill Valley circa 2015 AD from Back to the Future II, complete with flying cars, hover boards, and bunch of other details the year 2015 will not offer us.

LEGO Realism by Bruce Lowell

Juxtapoz // Monday, January 30, 2012
You know we love a good LEGO story and piece of art, and we are really enjoying the works and sculptures of Bruce Lowell. Instead of building a pirate ship or recreating famous album covers, Lowell creates real everyday objects and scenes, like paintbrushes, trash cans, tacos and sandwiches.

LEGOS as Album Cover Art by Aaron Savage

Music // Thursday, January 19, 2012
You know we love a good LEGO art project, and we are really enjoying Aaron Savage's collection of famous album covers reimagined in LEGOS. We never thought Bowie, Pink Floyd, Saturday Night Fever or the Smiths would looks so good in LEGOS. Can you guess most of the covers? Plenty after the jump . . .

The LEGO Stop-Motion Marriage Proposal

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, January 11, 2012
You know it, we know it, everyone knows it; we love LEGO art. Atlanta-based filmmaker Walt Thompson just created this incredible and time-consuming stop motion of a marriage proposal. The best part?It documents the proposal and courtship of his girlfriend Nealey Dozier.

9-Foot LEGO Wall to Divide An Office

Juxtapoz // Sunday, January 08, 2012
Hamburg-based agency Npire needed the perfect divider to break off their kitchen from their office space. So, instead of building the typical wall, the team of designers used over 55,000 LEGO bricks to construct a 9-foot wall. It only cost €2,500 and took one year to complete. Only.

LEGO Taxidermy by David Cole

Juxtapoz // Saturday, December 24, 2011
We used to love getting a good LEGO set under the Christmas tree, and Brooklyn-based David Cole created a bit of a stir a few weeks ago when he created a set for a taxidermy deer LEGO sculpture. After interviews with the NY Times, and selling 250 deer sets with over a thousand on hold, Cole has now released sets of a fox and a bear.

2011 In Review In Lego

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, December 14, 2011
Reality can be a bit of a blur, so in order to do a proper "Year in Review" for 2011, the London Guardian went to a Lego Flickr group to have them recreate and reenact the best and biggest stories of the calendar year. Occupy protests, London riots, royal weddings, and the Osama Bin Laden raid are just a few of the documented Lego moments of '11.

Lego Christmas Tree @ St. Pancras Station, London

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Now we have really begun the Holiday season. Nothing screams our attention more than something made of Legos that really shouldn't be made of Legos. Take this Christmas tree, a massive one at that, made of Legos that is standing in the center of the very busy St Pancras Station in London. Approved.

Sachiko Akinaga's Lego Sculpture for New York Times

Juxtapoz // Saturday, November 26, 2011
Japanese Lego artist, Sachiko Akinaga, just created this great Lego sculpture for the New York Times T Magazine. The sculpture is of the iconic "T" logo, with the building surrounded by Akinaga's version of Central Park.

The Fourth Annual Sarasota Chalk Festival

Juxtapoz // Friday, November 11, 2011
The fourth annual Sarasota Chalk festival took place in Florida last week celebrating the ephemeral art form with a range of talented international artists. There were so many wonderful drawing, however this lego men drawing was a stand out. Drawn by artists Leon Keer, Ruben Poncia, Remko van Schaik and Peter Westerink, check out the process photos!
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