The LEGO Group has teamed up with award-winning artist and designer Yinka Ilori to create the Launderette of Dreams, a free, interactive art installation in London that is inspired by the creative optimism and resilience of children.
Chinese artist thanks online community for offering to donate toy bricks for artwork following Lego’s refusal to supply them
This week’s top 5 features colossal art, LEGO, creepy sound art, self-portraiture and Chinese artefacts
Includes a Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton Dinosaur constructed from over 80,000 LEGO bricks that measures over six metres in length.
COMME des GARCONS artist Nathan Sawaya have renewed their “Merry Happy Crazy Colour” campaign that debuted in 2010 with the… Read More
The architects will also present another exhibition for the biennale, named Freeland, where cartoon animations will highlight the issues of urban planning by creating a series of utopian scenarios.