Street Art And Angry Legos Offer France An Artsy Flair

The modern artist, Le Cyklop, transformed street bollards into yellow angry legos. This isn’t the first time the artist decorated the streets of France, he actually started in 2014 and has given an artsy look to different communes. Do you love street art? You’ve come to the right place. Discover how angry legos take over the streets of France.

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Street Art And Angry Legos Offer France An Artsy Flair
Street Art And Angry Legos Offer France An Artsy Flair

Playful and anthropomorphic urban sculptures steal all the attention in the streets of France, even of the ones that just pass by in a hurry. These artworks take their language from the famous building block brand, LEGO.

Street Art And Angry Legos Offer France An Artsy Flair
Street Art And Angry Legos Offer France An Artsy Flair

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Even though the street art project is entitled “Angry L’éGO“, some of the figures don’t look angry and present a surprised, confused, or even happy look! Le Cyklop transformed the bollards and then spray painted them in bright yellow. To finish up, the modern artist adds different stickers, combining the Lego’s facial inspired looks.

Street Art And Angry Legos Offer France An Artsy Flair
Street Art And Angry Legos Offer France An Artsy Flair

In my work, I try to break free from conventional supports such as walls or canvas, to invest in objects. by putting an eye on them, I try to bring them to life, give them a soul and give birth to a form of fantasy.

Le Cyklop
Street Art And Angry Legos Offer France An Artsy Flair
Street Art And Angry Legos Offer France An Artsy Flair

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