Lego frenzy won’t quit. This round they come courtesy of Christoph Niemann, whose work you may have seen gracing The New Yorker.
Here, Mr. Niemann puts his creative mind to work re-imagining everything from Metrocards to a waiter wielding a pepper mill — all the things that define his own personal New York City. This isn’t intricate Lego realism we’re talking about, so don’t judge it as such. Viewing it as a fun interpretation of the basic building blocks of his life, I’m on board.
And, seriously — what’s up with french fries, home fries but no hashbrowns around here? Can I get a break?