legolize it: LEGO self portraits
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mar 11, 2012
legolize it: LEGO self portraits


‘legolize it’ by ufunk and mademoiselle maurice

legolize it‘ is a personal project of fabien bouchard, creator of  art and design blog ufunk, and french artist mademoiselle maurice:
a self-portrait series where a LEGO figure’s head stands in for the face. the photographs were shot without special effects or
post-production montage; chosen to be displayed as polaroids because of the nostalgic feel of both this photography form and LEGOs.
in the words of the artists, ‘legolize it’ is ‘a way to not forget our childhood, and remember that everyone has a LEGO piece inside.


the full collection of polaroids

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