Legos. Those simple things that sort of just explains childhood. It was the passion of every single kid that become awesome in the future. And now. Some forever-to-be-kid is selling some very impressive Lego masterpieces. Look at them after the jump. Unless you’re completely not cool. Which chances being. You aren’t. [ Continue Reading ]
Swedish electronic music duo Rymdreglage bring us 8-bit trip, a particularly geeky pairing of chocolate and peanut butter: mid-80′s video games and Legos. The music is either pure joy or intensely annoying, probably depending on how much time you spent trying to get Mario to the next level as a kid—or how much sugar you have in your system right now. [ Continue Reading ]
Let me break this one down. I think this could have been executed better. I really like the concept of Legos and Pacman for a photo shoot. But the idea isn’t translating through as well as it could in this shoot. I think it would have been much more pivotal and exciting if the designers clothing was ‘Lego or Pacman-like’ or, better yet, if the model was in a Lego or Pacman-like world, with grids, paths, huge Lego structures to hurdle over or climb down from. With just a bit more work put into the scenery, the clothing the model is wearing wouldn’t need to change, and it wouldn’t look so awkward. And I would have also liked to have seen more than just one model featured, that would have probably expanded the creativity here. Photographed by Elene Usdin, for a collection book for fashion designer Lanvin’s Spring/Summer 2008 line. Elene Usdin is represented by a French production agency called Hartland Villa. She has other work, much more notable.