Artist Jan Vormann participated in a project in Bocchignano, Italy, during which he filled various cracks and corners throughout the town with brightly colored little plastic bricks. Click the picture for the full gallery:
Admittedly, there are a couple pictures showing that not all the plastic bricks are LEGO® brand building toys, but the concept is too cool not to pass along to all of you. (But don’t try this in your own neighborhood, kids.)
Via Wooster Collective, with a hat-tip to reader Nick.
This deserves at least one comment, this is some guerilla-style LEGO action.
He hasn’t actually filled anything with LEGO at all – if you scratch away hard enough at the wall of YOUR house you’ll see that everything is made of LEGO underneath. Everything. Go on, try it!
Work of art. Truly beautiful.