Marco Sodano is an award-winning art director at Ogilvy & Mather Group in Hong Kong. He has a penchant for incredible, eye-catching images that will stick with you long after your last look at them. His series of Lego versions of famous paintings is a great example of his work. It’s nearly impossible not to be drawn into these. It’s even harder not to try and play along by guessing which legendary works are which.
Can you identify the famous paintings by Sodano’s Lego recreations?
The Girl With The Pearl Earring – Johannes Vermeer
Young Woman with an Ermine – Leonardo da Vinci
The Son of Man – René Magritte
Mona Lisa – Leonardo da Vinci
American Gothic – Grant Wood
Self-Portrait – Vincent van Gogh
Another artist’s Lego take on Self-Portrait.
How did you make out? I got all of them except for Self-Portrait. It’s incredible how many people can identify these famous works just based on their color schemes and general shapes. The human brain is a wonderful thing.
If you’d like to see more of Marco Sodano’s work, or purchase some of his prints, head over to his Behance page.