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The girl with the pearl 1665-1667 | Vermeer in LEGO | By Marco Sodano.

30 of the most brilliant and effective print advertisements of the last few years

Though simple bricks of different colors, when arranged skillfully, a representation of a classic masterpiece is formed. Like in similar Lego ads, Lego seems to be encouraging its builders to stretch their creative limits.

Lego Masters Imagine Campaign | http://www.gutewerbung.net/lego-masters-imagine-campaign/ #Advertising

Can You Name the Original Painting from these LEGO Versions? The Mona Lisa – Leonardo da Vinci

Lego Masters: Imagine

Creative advertising

Lego Vincent Van Gogh self portrait. Lego Masters in Pixel Art

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Arte con Lego

lego versions of famous paintings by marco sodano Lady with an Ermine – Leonardo da Vinci

McDonald’s

This is a new way to display a advertisement. It is a very creative way to display a McDonald's ad. The ad is in the shape of French fries that serves as a crosswalk. It is a multi function ad.

マクドナルドwifi始めました

McDonald’s – Wi-Fries Great ad from McDonals’s to promote free Wi-fi in their restaurants, created by DDB Sydney.

Enjoy a Sprite shower

スプライトで汗を洗い流せ!ユニーク過ぎるビーチでのプロモーション - Enjoy a Sprite shower -

// What a awesome idea! Showers that look and function like giant Sprite dispensers were installed on popular beaches in Brazil and Israel. The eye-catching showers reminded people of the refreshing power of Sprite.

hand wash ad.

"Whose hand are you holding"?An awesome print execution for Dettol hand sanitizer that focuses on the gross factor.

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(What's The Story) Morning Glory?: The 1995 classic by Oasis is one of the many album covers Mr Heaton has recreated using just blocks of Lego

Teenager recreates iconic album covers with Lego

(What's The Story) Morning Glory?: The 1995 classic by Oasis is one of the many album covers Mr Heaton has recreated using just blocks of Lego

Squint and you can see her more clearly!

Italian designer Marco Sodano recreated three classic paintings with the use of Lego bricks: Leonardo Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa and Lady with an Er