Urban Lego Mosaics by Jan Vormann

By Daan De Vries | 2014/04/25 - 11:57:11


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Dispatchwork is the name of a very peculiar movement created by Jan Vormann. This German artist started repairing broken, gloomy buildings with colorful Lego pieces during "Venti Eventi", a contemporary art festival in Bocchignano, Italy in 2007 and since then, he hasn't really stopped. He continues to patch old walls with fun brick combinations during his travels around cities like London, New York or Tel Aviv and because his work is becoming so popular, other people around the world are doing the same in their own towns. 

Vormann says that there is no real meaning behind these Lego interventions, but there is a clear intention of capturing people's attention and spark their curiosity about the wall mosaics. The truth is these bright designs add a fun, contrasting mood to the old and crumbling buildings that spread all around the world and give a little bit of color to those grey urban landscapes. 
Jan Vormann, Dispatchwork
The G. Canyon in a Crack
Jan Vormann, Dispatchwork, Germany
Arnsberg, Germany
Jan Vormann
Jan Vormann, Dispatchwork, Germany
Berlin, Germany
Jan Vormann
Jan Vormann, Dispatchwork, Spain
Barcelona, Spain
Jan Vormann
Jan Vormann, Dispatchwork, Spain
Barcelona, Spain
Jan Vormann
Jan Vormann, Dispatchwork, The Netherlands
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Jan Vormann
Jan Vormann, Dispatchwork, Germany
Berlin, Germany
Jan Vormann
Jan Vormann, Dispatchwork, Israel
Tel Aviv, Israel
Jan Vormann
Jan Vormann, Dispatchwork, Israel
Tel Aviv, Israel
Jan Vormann

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