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












(Visited 1 times, 2 visits today)

Leave Your Comment Below

More Inspiring Stories

Turkish Artist Turns Faceless And Boring Clothes Into Piece Of Art
Coca-Cola Removes Labels From Cans to Fight Against Prejudices
Volkswagen Just Re-Released Everyone’s Favourite Hippy-Van… But Now It’s Electric
Design Duo Creates Fictional Maps That Honour Nature, Animals And Extraordinary People
Guy Proposes With Engagement Ring Made From Wisdom Tooth, And His Girlfriend Loves It
An Artist Has Created This Elegant Table Inspired By The Horse
Artist Amy Victoria Marsh Creates Tiny And Playful Minimalistic Ceramics
Simone Williams Breaks Guinness Record for World’s Largest Afro
Embarrassing Design Mistakes You Won’t Believe Actually Happened
Pastry Chef Iven Kawi Creates Amazing Terrarium And Flower Cakes
Artist Barbara Franc Creates Gorgeous Animal Sculptures
Artist Creates Food-Shaped Purses To Add A Tasty Touch Of Whimsy To Any Wardrobe
Honest Advice On Relationships And Life In General By This Balloon Artist
Your Bubble Is Ready: French Designer Proposes Suspended Plex'eat Hoods For Safer Dining In Restaurants
This Tumblr User “Normalizes” Cartoon Characters And Now People Can’t Decide Which Is Better
This Anesthesiologist Recreates Historical Clothes
Anthony Hopkins Testing Different Masks for Hannibal Lecter in ‘The Silence of the Lambs’, 1991
Amazing LEGO Creations Inspired By Classical Art Pieces
No Cat Lover Will Be Able To Resist These Cozy Curled-Up Cats As Decorative Ceramic Plates
An Immersive Lighting Installation Inside One Of San Francisco’s Most Important Religious Monuments
This Artist Has Created Some Awesomely Geeky Nesting Dolls
The Hyperreal Whale Beached The Banks Of The Seine River To Raise Environmental Awareness
Artist Duo Creates Large Installations Based On Phrases
London-Based Designer Creates "Joy & Excitement" With Colourful Skate Park In Lille
Adorable Geometric Caves For Your Pets
In China, A Giant Panda Statue With Its Own Iron Man Suit
Astonishing Giant Sculptures Made From Scrap Wood By Thomas Dambo
The Surreal Trees Of San Francisco Shot By Kelsey McClellan
The Superb Glow-In-The-Dark Full Body Skeleton Costume By BANDIKA
Artist JR Installed a Trompe-l’œil Canyon Illusion Under the Eiffel Tower