Mike Doyles Abandoned Lego-Houses

Mike Doyle hat mittlerweile drei verrottende Häuser in Lego gebaut. Das erste war nett, das zweite war gut, das neueste ist der Abschuss. Das Monster da oben besteht aus mehr als 100.000 Legosteinen und er hat dafür rund 600 Stunden gebraucht.

5.5' x 6' x 3'
110k - 130k pieces
Black, white, dark and bluish gray, clear trans and black trans colors used.
No foreign materials (wood, glue, paint or otherwise) were used – this is pure Lego.
Photo retouching used only for adding contrast and color correction & background.
Approx 600 hours to build […]

The third installment of this abandoned house series continues its textural exploration of decay with a Victorian home engulfed in mud. The mud travels through the first floor, tears down a front wall and oozes over the porch side, taking with it household contents of convenience. This detail opens the piece up, allowing the eye to travel the surface of the house and then back through the porch, into a room and back out to survey the piles of garbage. The play on depth here is something I enjoy as one has a glimpse of the activity behind this architectural scrim.

Lego: Victorian on Mud Heap (via Make)

Die anderen zwei nach dem Klick.