22,742 Pieces

No, Hocus Pocus hasn’t released a new album, the title refers to the number of LEGO blocks that were used by the creative agency Boys and Girls to make a boardroom table for a new Irish advertising agency. The advertising agency wanted their boardroom to be playful, but not juvenile, here’s what they came up with;

“A 1.2 x 2.7metre boardroom table (4ft x 9ft) made out of Lego. A monolithic slab made up of a random pattern of the instantly recognizable lego pixels, with the company’s logo is built in relief into the table top, falling away under a glass surface. Architects don’t normally work as contractors so it was hugely rewarding for us and financially efficient for our client when we decided to build the table ourselves.”

The whole process of making the table was made into a viral by Artist Cormac Browne, using tripods, clamps and magic arms from the wizards sleeve of camera equipment to take over 8,000 photos for a 2 minute stop frame animation of the construction and installation. And I have to say, it looks pretty awesome. So go ahead and  check out the pictures and the stop-motion video below, absolutely stunning!

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About simon wardenier
24-year old Sociology student, studied Communication, Blogger, Photographer, Social MediaGeek & Hard Determinist. Love books, coffee & culture. No Regrets

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