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Pixelated Famous Masterpieces As Legos by Marco Sodano

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Designed by Marco Sodano for a Lego campaign that states all children can be authentic artist using LEGO’s, these awesome lego inspired textures recreate some of histories most famous masterpieces. From Van Gogh’s popular self portrait to Girl with a Pearl Earring by Joannes Vermeer, each image has been recreated as 17 x 25 lego pixel art pieces.

(Via Behance)

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Amazing Animated ‘GIF-iti’ Designs by INSA

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These amazing ‘GIF-iti’ creations were made by fine artist and designer INSA. These murals are painted and photographed in sequential order to create up to 8 individual frames that are then animated into a motion graphic. This process can take several days as the artist must repaint and compose every frame precisely.

INSA was even invited to travel to Kubuneh Village in Gambia, where he painted these animation murals on several of the structures within the village as part of the Wide Open Walls project. You can find more images and gifs of INSA’s work on his Tumblr. (Via Colossal)

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Luca Zanier’s Space And Energy Reveals The Beauty of Power Plants

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Swiss photographer Luca Zanier recently visited more than 50 nuclear-power plants, water supplies, and oil refineries throughout Switzerland and Germany for his recent series Space and Energy, which reveals worlds very few get to see.

“Enormous spaces, endless walkways, wide sluices, cryptic signs; all combined with miles of cables and pipes. They form a technical universe that radiates a cool logic. A hidden world, known only to a few and yet which has a huge influence on our day to day lives, absolutely essential in fact.” – Luca Zanier

All images are included in her recent book, Power Book: Space and Energy.
You can also view more images by Luca Zanier on her gallery. (Via But Does It Float)

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