With Halloween approaching, Douglas Hill creates a chilling mosaic that uses so many shades of colors that I lost my head trying to keep track of them all. Can you identify all the brick colors that were used? I’ll bet it ain’t easy. Thanks for the tip Chip Philson! ;)
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This 3d mosiac by Douglas Hill is quite unusual. I keep staring at it and I like it more and more all the time. The whole is made of headlight bricks with jewels stuck in them, and then lit from the back. Wish I’d thought of it…
Brandon Griffith (icgetaway) displayed two knockout mosaics at BrickCon last October. In addition to their enormous proportions (scale picture 1 and 2), these mosaics are constructed from effective and unusual building techniques. The first, called See Your Enemy, depicts the scene from the Matrix when Neo sees the real representation of Agent Smith. The mosaic Continue reading →
LEGO Certified Professional Sean Kenney honors the inauguration of Barack Obama with this lovely mosaic, combining Obama’s new official portrait with Shepard Fairey’s poster design.
Bluesecrets built an incredible mosaic tapestry for the Colossal Castle Contest. The knight and his horse are incredible!
There are more partisan LEGO images I could have chosen, but this beautiful mosaic by Udronotto seemed the most appropriate. (Like Senator McCain’s concession speech a moment ago, let’s keep the comments civil, dear readers.)
Seeing The Rocketeer back in 1991 was my first exposure to the concept of retro-futurism. Dave Ware has recreated the wonderful art deco look of the movie poster as a LEGO mosaic: A few key facts from Dave’s post on the brickwares blog: There are 30,672 studs in the mosaic. 3.75 feet wide and 5.5 Continue reading →
TBB received a message from LEGO Ambassador Juan Macias yesterday with a link to the Web site of a new LEGO mosaic tool, PicToBrick by Tobias Reichling and Adrian Schütz: PicToBrick converts digital pictures to a format you can use to create mosaics. For LEGO fans, the software offers several cool features, including color and Continue reading →
Wow, I have been out of the loop for the last week or so. But now I’m back and ready to blog again! Anyway, while perusing Brickshelf, I noticed this incredible mosaic of Darth Vader and I had to share. So here it is! Chuybregts’ nifty Vader mosaic: What made this jump out at me Continue reading →
I was extremely pleased that Japan won the World Baseball Classic last week. Hurray! To honor this victory, Azumu presented several baseball-themed creations on LEGO-BINGO. Here’s my favorite — a mosaic of Ichiro Suzuki of the Seattle Mariners, by Brickshelf user junlego: I’m really looking forward to the beginning of the MLB season. I’m even Continue reading →