The global street and urban art scene has shown us a wide array of approaches and techniques over the years. But, street art has been popping up for a very long time featuring our favoritle toys, Legos. Whether the art itself includes physical Lego pieces, or integrates the concept of them, I find myself reacting to those pieces of art just the same. The works presented here don’t include physical Lego pieces, but they live on through these stencil based mediums. I’ve tried my best to track down the orignal creator of each piece presented here, but sometimes that’s just not possible. Please e-mail me if there were any glaring errors or omissions that you see (firstname.lastname@example.org) Enjoy.
Pulp Fig-tion designed by Orlando Jr. Via Flickr (mr_la_ru)
Just Another Artists via Flickr (justanotherartist)
This was done by Ame72, in Tel Aviv, Israel. Via flickr (Ame72)
Lego Activist in London via Flickr (Dr Case)
Legal Action by Ame72 via Flickr (ame72)
Lego: Art <3 You via Flickr (nepnep®)
Break Free by Ame72 via Flickr (ame72)
Lego Jesus via Flickr (@lberto)
Faceless Lego via Flickr (yorkshire4)
Love the Ego way by Regina Margherita from Italy. Via flickr (Smeerch)
If you have any tips/suggestions as to how I should go about providing cool content for this blog, pleast don’t hesitate to let me know. I’m a web 2.0 junkie with a passion for the global street/urban art scene. If you run into stuff that you think fits for a publication like this, let me know. I look forward to any feedback that may come my way. Thanks.