The Realistic 3-Dimensional LEGO Bridge – Design You Trust

The Realistic 3-Dimensional LEGO Bridge


German graffiti artist, Martin Heuwold aka MEGX, has painted a bridge with an area of 250 square meters to look like it was made from LEGO bricks.


This realistic 3-dimensional LEGO bridge took Heuwold four weeks to complete, with the help of city officials.


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