THE BEST Mosaics

LEGO Art Series

LEGO Art Series

LEGO takes a page from the builder community by releasing a series of pixelated portraits you can assemble yourself. The initial series will include images from Andy Warhol, Star Wars, Marvel, and The Beatles. Each set offers multiple build options for different faces. Available 9.1.20.

Keyboard Mosaics

Keyboard Mosaics

New Jersey artist Monique Sarfity creates one-of-a-kind mosaics using thousands of recycled computer keycaps. In order to create the images, she uses a mix of whole and partially sliced-up black, white, and grey keys.

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Making Micromosaics

Making Micromosaics

Like larger mosaics, micromosaics are images made up of numerous small colored pieces. But these are made using tweezers to lay in tiny pieces of glass. They look like paintings from any distance. The Victoria and Albert Museum shares footage of the painstaking process.

Adoration of the LEGO

Adoration of the LEGO

Beyond the Brick shows off the most impressive LEGO mosaic we’ve ever seen – an enormous 15 foot-tall, 300,000 brick version of the oft reinterpreted Adoration of the Magi by artist Dirk Denoyelle. Though the wise men are all a bit more modern than the classical paintings.

Stacked Firewood Art

Stacked Firewood Art

82-year-old Montana artist Gary Tallman gathers firewood each spring and stacks it into intricate mosaics based on size, shape and color. He seems to especially love owls. Head to Bored Panda to check out more work from other wood pile artists.

Ed Chapman Mosaics

Ed Chapman Mosaics

Artist Ed Chapman creates pop culture mosaic portraits images using broken pieces of tile, stone, torn paper, and in the case of David Bowie – shattered vinyl records. His Hendrix made from guitar picks might just be his masterpiece.

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