Posted by specialK August 15, 2012

LEGO art & installations are everywhere, I never tire of them. Good or bad, I'll always check out a LEGO creation. I think that when we were playing with LEGO as children we all understood the possibilities. 

Brooklyn street artist Jaye Moon has put up LEGO messages & installations in NYC. The piece titled "Somewhere Better Than This Place" even has a little door that opens & accepts donations. 

Jaye is known for her little LEGO tree houses. 

I like the "Help Me Jerry" piece. It reportedly "alludes to influential NYC - based art critic, Jerry Saltz

Colorful & fun, these photos made my day a little happier. 



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