LEGO Dispatchwork

What can I say… LEGO is great. It’s fun, inspiring and it ‘s colorfully pretty. Jan Vormann uses it to patch up bits and pieces of the odd wall or pavement. Dispatchwork is an ongoing project that has been done in several cities around the world such and Amsterdam, New York and St. Petersburg. The most recent one was done in New York city at Bryant Parc, as seen in the picture above.He often sets off rather lonely and ends up with people of all ages and helping him beautify the damaged structures. I don’t blame them. Looks like fun doesnt it? All the sites, work and little anecdotes can be viewed on the Dispatchwork website.Bocchignano, Italy

Quito, Ecuador

Tel Aviv, Israel

Amsterdam, The Netherlands





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