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People Around the Globe Are Filling Cracks With LEGO (10 Photos)

 
For the last decade, Berlin-based artist Jan Vormann has been patching crumbling facades with LEGO. The artist has been filling cracks, gaps and holes with the ubiquitous blocks and has inspired and encouraged other to do the same around the globe.
In an evolution of the project, Vormann has launched Dispatchwork which tracks, documents and catalogues people around the world using LEGO to ‘reclaim their share of the public space’.
For more on the project as well as an interactive map of pictures and locations around the world of LEGO patchwork, check out dispatchwork.info or follow the project on Instagram.
[via Colossal]
 
DISPATCHWORK
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DISPATCHWORK
Website | Instagram
 

DISPATCHWORK
Website | Instagram
 

DISPATCHWORK
Website | Instagram
 

DISPATCHWORK
Website | Instagram
 

DISPATCHWORK
Website | Instagram
 

DISPATCHWORK
Website | Instagram
 

DISPATCHWORK
Website | Instagram
 

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