Mick Jagger’s portrait from LEGO art bricks mosaic
Imagine whatever you want — a character, some form or shape — you can be sure the thing which you had in mind can be built with the Lego bricks. Through my career as a professional Lego art builder, I was very often amazed by the creativity of my clients and associates. The ideas that can appear in a human mind are something astonishing. This time I got an order from — I think I can write it now — a regular customer who asked me for a portrait for another cultural legend — Mick Jagger from The Rolling Stones!
“I have a dream” – the role of Martin Luther King Jr. in American culture – mosaic lego art.
Some people are worth to reproduce their image in every possible way. Martin Luther King Jr. is one of them. His contribution to tolerance development in the United States of America and around the world is praiseworthy. That’s why we were so honored when we received the order to create his image from mosaic lego art bricks.
I am coming back to you with a fresh idea – the new series of LEGO building constructions. Well … Now it’s hard to call it buildings because my next project is a LEGO art paintings made with bricks. What else could you bring to the painting technique, would you ask? The answer is straight – the unique LEGO-painting technique;) advertised by the icon of pop culture! Ladies and gentlemen, let me introduce the Mickey Mouse! And that’s the one well regarded bythe jury of the Young for Start competition organized by ELLE magazine on this year’s Gdynia Design Days.
Why was this specific LEGO models for sell? Because two things, including Lego bricks and electronic gadgets have always been my weaknesses. One of the cult products that had changed our lives forever is an iPad. It was presented as a device of the future in 2001: A Space Odyssey by Stanley Kubrick for the first time. With a delay of 40 years, this first touch-sensitive tablet which changed the whole world, finally reached our times. For the first time in the history a device could be used with just a finger and it was nice and easy in comparison to earlier products of this type.