Brix System; a collection of functional, hand crafted life-sized LEGO bricks, custom made from wood.
(For a shorter video with synthesizers only, click https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UM7ka… )
This conceptual collection consists of eight scale 6:1 versions of classic Lego bricks, each fully functional in one way or the other.
Hultén – “Like most people, I was raised by Lego. For this project, I chose to work with a set of decorated bricks from the iconic 79-87 Legoland Space line, mainly because of nostalgic reasons. These were bricks that would trigger my imagination as a kid. 25 years later, and they still trigger”
Size for a 4×4 brick is 20x20cm, that is scale 6:1
For more info, visit www.lovehulten.com
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