Artist Jan Vormann Invites Playful Interaction By Patching Crumbling Walls With LEGO Bricks – Design You Trust

Artist Jan Vormann Invites Playful Interaction By Patching Crumbling Walls With LEGO Bricks

Since 2007, Berlin-based artist Jan Vormann has used tens of thousands of LEGO bricks to patch crumbling holes in architectural structures around the world. His colorful bricks imitate the brick or cobblestone-constructed buildings he often “repairs,” however at a miniature scale. Some pieces have just a few dozen LEGOs incorporated into an installation, while others cover zig-zagging expanses that reach across entire walls.

More: Jan Vormann, Instagram h/t: colossal

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