BricksCulture – Lego Street Art

One of the few brick related publications which has a broad perspective sophistically ranging beyond the bricks is the UK based BricksCulture magazine.

Actually I am writing an article series about bricks and street art, starting with the first article in the just released issue 6. I was even lucky to have a front page feature :-). I am stoked since this is also my first written and published article.

BricksCulture #6 - Lego Street Art

If this is up your alley and you’d like to know more about this topic, I’d strongly recommend you to pick up a copy.

 

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Punk Funk [disco edit]

One of the larger projects I am currently working on is reshooting the Enter the Brick series.

This includes better shots and new perspectives alongside staged and edited photographies.


For starters here is the Punk Funk disco edit:

Punk Funk

Notes on the image processing

The backdrop was glossy black cardboard. The lighting was a mix of tabletop lamps and a colour change mood lamp with glass-fibre optics.  For this image I made two photos, one with and one without the fibre-optics. While shooting the one with the glass-fibre optics I played with the focus of the camera lense, creating a blurry effect falling into the center. Then after some post processing the two pictures were merged into the above shown final image.

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Dispatchwork [broken glass]

Adding a blaq’d take on the global project Dispatchwork originated by Jan Vormann. This project is authentic Street Art IMO compared to most so called Art in the Street Art and the Brick Art worlds. The open character adds to the greatness of this project as the people are equally ‘street’ as the concrete space.

If you feel compelled trying your hands on this I’d strongly encourage you. Make sure to submit your take to the project site.

 

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AC-47

Manufactured by the JiHud joint division of Jitsukawa Hudson Industries in Cyberabad.

The AC-47 is the robotic equivalent to the widespread AK-47. Mass produced, relieable and durable.


A tribute to the inspirational Weta Workshop Design Studio. Especially the concept art of District 9, Elysium (A poor film, but the sci-fi designs are ace) and Chappie have a remarkable grimy sci-fi style.

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