Can You Spot The Lego Elements?

Have a good look at this North American “Postcard”. Can you spot a glitch in the matrix? Most observers can’t, unless specifically told to look for one.

Can You Spot The Lego Elements?

Australian Photographer Dean West and New York Based Lego artist Nathan Sawaya crated a unique gallery of those North American postcard that aside from being astoundingly beautiful feature a Lego object crafted to look as close to the real thing as possible.

Can You Spot The Lego Elements?

If you were wondering, the Lego element, scenes and models were shot separately – with the model and Lego shot against a seamless white, and recomposed in post.

See if you can spot the Lego element(s) in each of the following photographs.

Can You Spot The Lego Elements?

Can You Spot The Lego Elements?

Can You Spot The Lego Elements?

Can You Spot The Lego Elements?

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[In Pieces | Dean West, Nathan Sawaya]

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    Well, it becomes considerably less challenging to find the lego insertions when you view the images at something larger than 512×387. Still a little tricky in some of them, but at this size the blockiness of the legos is easily mistaken for pixelation.