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6 surprising constructions of creativity made exclusively with LEGO bricks

In terms of creativity, there is a brand of toys that always comes back to the fore: we are talking about the brandLEGO. With its colorful bricks that offer millions of possibilities, the Danish company has become a global brand timeless who always stays at the forefront of the creativity over generations.

True icons of the pop culture, the bricks LEGO are the game par excellence to awaken the creativity children and allow them to give free rein to their children. imagination. Because yes, behind a brick LEGOis actually hiding millions of possibilities that have as much limitation as imagination.

And to celebrate the crazy creative potential of bricks LEGO what better than a video compilation like Creapills knows how to do so in order to present these artists and other creative geniuses who imagine the impossible with bricks. It's done, obviously with all the information about the creators below.

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# 1 • LEGO brick animals by Sean Kenney

Originally from New York, the artist Sean Kenney pays tribute to the animal world by making incredible real size reproductions of animals that have the particularity of being composed of LEGO bricks. His realistic animals have been exhibited in many museums and zoos in the United States.

Credits: Sean Kenney

Credits: Sean Kenney

Credits: Sean Kenney

# 2 • The arm prosthesis of David Aguilar

Bypassing your handicap with LEGO bricks is possible! David Aguilar Also Known As Hand Solo on YouTube, a young Franco-Spanish creative, was born without forearm right. So he had the idea to assemble fishing line and LEGO Technic to create a fully functional prosthetic arm. A great idea that has allowed him to obtain a scholarship at the International University of Catalonia.

Credits: David Aguilar

Credits: David Aguilar

Credits: David Aguilar

# 3 • The animated hypnotic LEGO brick sculptures

Jason Allemann, better known by his artist name JK Brickworks, is passionate about LEGO bricks. But the latter is not content to create spectacular creations: he imagines incredible hypnotic sculptures that come alive before our eyes. One of his best works revisits one of the most famous Greek myths: that of Sisyphus, who pushes a rock for eternity. Beautiful creations, perfect mix between LEGO bricks and mechanisms, which are full of genius!

Credits: JK Brickworks

Credits: JK Brickworks

Credits: JK Brickworks

# 4 • The real size Bugatti Chiron in LEGO Technic elements

The Bugatti Chiron is an exceptional vehicle: 1500 horsepower under the hood and 420 km / h in maximum speed for only 500 units produced worldwide in total. Without a doubt one of the most beautiful achievements of the French manufacturer who was entitled to a magnificent tribute from the brand LEGO.

The latter has indeed revisited the Bugatti Chiron using LEGO Technic elements to reproduce the vehicle in full size. And the result is impressive realism: the whole can even run at a speed of 20 km / h. A project that required more than 13,000 hours of work!

Credits : LEGO / Bugatti

Credits: LEGO / Bugatti

Credits: LEGO / Bugatti

# 5 • The creative shadows of John V. Muntean

Here, once again, is a beautiful demonstration of the creative potential of LEGO bricks. Native to the United States, John V. Muntean holds a doctorate in chemistry and works in spectroscopy (the study of the spectra of objects). But his biggest passion is to imagine creative shadows from LEGO builds. He imagines shapes that give birth to different shades depending on the angle you choose, with for example a butterfly, an airplane or a dragon for the sculpture below.

Credits: John V. Muntean

Credits: John V. Muntean

Credits: John V. Muntean

# 6 • The artist fills the walls with LEGO bricks

What if LEGO bricks were used to repair damaged buildings? This is the whole project of the Franco-German artist Jan Vormann who embarked on an original project: repair damaged city walls using only LEGO bricks. The sculptor thus fills the holes and other craters using only LEGO bricks of all colors, and we must admit that it must be rather surprising to see when discovered by chance in the street!

Credits: Jan Vormann

Credits: Jan Vormann

Credits: Jan Vormann

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