With the Occupy movement gaining ground, it comes as no surprise that interesting and creative works would pop up from virtually nowhere. Occupy LEGO Land is a tiny toy protest that is located within a larger one. These photos were recently taken by Scott Beale, founder of one of our favorite art and culture sites Laughing Squid, as he observed the main Occupy Wall Street demonstration at Zuccotti Park.
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Ready for a world of bizarre situations and absurd possibilities? If so, then enter Room 42, an odd series by Swiss photographer Stefan Rappo. The Paris-based photographer focuses on the connection between the strange and the ordinary, explores the notion of beauty, according to society, and makes us come face to face with our internal fears and joys.
What a funny sight! These horses look like children’s toys standing in the shadows of the giant wooden table set. It was captured in the wonderful autumnal weather at a meadow near Doellstaedt in central Germany. The world is full of cute surprises, don’t you think?
LEGO has become more than the toys we played with when we were younger, it’s a brand name associated with innovation and originality. It has inspired many artists, and these guys are no exception. Planet Streetpainting is a collaboration of street artists based in the Netherlands, who created this crazy drawing during the Sarasota Chalk Festival in Florida for Pavement Art Through the Ages.