27 February 2011

Repairing the World with LEGO Bricks by Robin Parrish

Proving once again the versatility of the world’s greatest toy, a German artist named Jan Vormann is traveling around the world, “repairing” old buildings and decaying structures with LEGO bricks. This “guerilla art,” which he’s dubbed Dispatchwork, has already taken him to major global cities like Tel Aviv, Berlin, Amsterdam, St. Petersburg, Zuerich, and most recently, a two-week stint in New York City.

In each location, Vormann gathers an army of assistants — made up of children and adults alike — and wanders the streets in search of missing bricks, tiles, stones, and other construction materials in need of replacing. There’s no method to the placement of the plastic bricks, resulting in a mosaic of bricks of different sizes and colors. And quite often while conducting their unique repair work, Vormann and his helpers attract quite a lot of attention from passersby, many of whom are only too happy to join in.

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21 February 2011

Hot Wheels: Under Arrest

Client: Hot Wheels
Agency: Ogilvy & Mather

16 February 2011

Heinz Ketchup New Packaging

Heinz Ketchup finally smartened up with there new packaging. Now you can squeeze AND dip. (I may be late) But good job! lol

14 February 2011

Jimi Hendrix Signature

Agency: TBWA/Paris

09 February 2011

Paint Takes On Another Life

I was in Borders the other day looking through some magazines and I came across the most AMAZING Art Direction/Photography/Creative Direction I have seen in a while. It was for Boysen to promote Environmentally safe paint by the agency TBWA.

Art Directors: Jake Tesoro, Manuel Villafania
Copywriters: Melvin Mangada, Bryan Sly
Photographer: G-nie Arambulo
Digital Artists\CGI: Rusby Gonzales, Nolan Fabular

02 February 2011


Print is DEAD: Throwback Album Cover

I stumbled a cross an old album cover art from the band named Yourcodenameis:Milo. When I saw it I just thought that the Typography was amazing. What do you think?