March 2, 2015 AT 9:00 am

Stop-Motion Artist ‘Paints’ a Mondrian with Legos

Awesome video from CheesyBricks.

Via The Creators Project:

Channeling stop-motion master PES’ animated tales of craftsmanship, a short called Lego Paint has recreated Piet Mondrian’s iconic geometry with red, white, and black plastic bricks. YouTuber Cheesybricks has a diverse body of work, from classic video game reenactments to meta interactions between legos and the real world, but Lego Paint is the channel’s first foray into fine art. 

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