American Artist Matthew Carden creates "Pop Icons" from sugar and water. Who doesn't love candy? Especially when it's combined with our favorite pop icons! Now it can stick around forever in these giant limited edition prints.
Darth, Mickey, LEGO Minifig, even Hello...
When not working on finishing my Master's degree, I travel the world with my little friend Skalman.
It started a little while ago, when a friend of mine made me a crochet tortoise. Travelling to London a few days later, I...
I am a French photographer born in 1981, and I began my work by photographing extreme sports in urban areas. Influenced by geek culture, my artistic approach is now focused on small LEGO® characters.
A Singapore based Photographer re-imagined what would the minions do when they visit Singapore. Just like many other fans of the Minions, I just can't wait for the launch of the movie.
Who knew that everyday toys could be such great models? Internationally acclaimed photographer Jeff Friesen used possibly the most famous toy in the world, LEGO bricks, to recreate famous art pieces by well-known street artist Banksy.
This is a set of photos I have taken around the combined theme of toys and horror.
If you‘re a fan of Star Wars and LEGO, this is your dream come true. Vesa Lehtimäki uses LEGO minifigures, baking soda and forced perspective to create original miniature scenes from such epic movies as Star Wars, Indiana Jones and...