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Legos and art have been crossing paths for years now (here and here and here). These colorful bricks that come in a vast spectrum of colors inspire not only young children, but also creative-thinking adults the world over. We are in awe of this brilliant ad campaign for Lego from a few years back, featuring highly minimalistic configurations of single-stud bricks depicting some of the most iconic paintings by masters from da Vinci to van Gogh. The human brain is truly intriguing. The fact that most people would recognize these works of art, with mere hints of details, really is amazing when we think about it. Kudos to Milan-based art director Marco Sodano for the clever concept and flawless execution.

Via Behance

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Developed by Munich ad agency Serviceplan Group, this series of ads for Faber-Castell, known for its pencils, pens and other art supplies, is simple and effective. The concept is to show how true-to-life and authentic their colored pencils are. And we must say, they are executed beautifully. When an ad/campaign can stand on its own like these, we’d give it a thumbs up. We’d hang them on our walls. Love them

Via serviceplan.com

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