I love it when a city uses street art to beautify the neighborhood. This 250-square-meter blank overpass in Wuppertal, Germany, was transformed into a LEGO Bridge last year when German companies Akzenta and Klauser Schuhe sponsored German street artist MEGX to give the bridge the illusion of stacked, colorful LEGO blocks. It took MEGX 4 weeks to complete this art installation, with the help of city authorities and local urban planners. A revolutionary way to make your city look like new!
All photos of the bridge are courtesy of MEGX’s website.
Before the art installation project began:
Artist MEGX beginning work on the bridge.
The bridge is halfway to completion!
The LEGO bridge is complete and looking colorful!
The overpass is open now, with cars going under on a daily basis.
An underview of the LEGO bridge.
What do you think of this LEGO Bridge art installation? Comment below!
[via Design Milk]