Using LEGO, Artist Restores Crumbling Architecture
German artist Jan Vormann travels around the world and restores crumbling architecture using LEGO blocks.
In his work titled ‘Dispatchwork’, Vormann has spent three years filling in the cracks of buildings with colorful LEGO pieces.
Vormann, who first started out at an art fair in Rome, has left his mark on the streets of Amsterdam, New York, St. Petersburgh and Tel Aviv—among other places.
And according to him, his work in Berlin is his favourite.
“I filled in the holes still left by guns and shrapnel from the Second World War. That drew people's attention to the Lego and hopefully they would ask themselves why the Lego was there", says Vormann.
[via Street Art Utopia]