Tag Archives: Graffiti

Monster murals under a microscale urban jungle

Architects of tomorrow see solutions to many problems facing society today and modern concrete jungles often lack the greenery that people need to escape. One solution exemplified here in the sixth microscale architectural model by builder F@bz is elevated green spaces and this one seems to be thriving. The bright green vines lifted from Friends sets and the myriad of leaf pieces create overgrown foliage that contrasts the dark grey, tan, and black of the city structure below.

Architecture#6 by F@bz (01)

The slanted supports for the sky park give way to exposed bits of railway leading out from underpasses and tunnels through the metropolis. Thankfully, the dark colors of the city are accented by playful bits of graffiti achieved by using various printed bricks. The expressions and colors that F@bz used for the art work well with the textures of the walls. Tiny details of brown and sand yellow make up the area around the lower train tracks with bright red fencing along one side and a smaller guard wall at the base of the graffiti wall. The little trains work wonderfully with the scene. I wish I could sit back in one of the top seats and take in the view of the rising cityscape above me.

Architecture#6 by F@bz (02)

Wolverine minifig street art in Brighton, England

While I’m obligated every time I highlight graffiti to say that I don’t condone vandalism, I love to see great street art. This photo by clockity shows the artist’s progress as he squeezes Wolverine in between some larger pieces.

Lego Wolverine Graffiti in Brighton

Have any of our readers in Brighton seen this in person? Know who the artist is?

Graffity Coq

Moscovite Silvavasil_LEGO combines street art and LEGO with his latest effort entitled “Graffity Coq”. With this colorful burn he joins the ranks of urban-inspired builders like LEGOSTYLES and Cole Blaq and Orion Pax.

Graffity Coq