The great Aaron Draplin talks about drawing design inspiration from Lego.
Michael Jantzen has created a beautiful design for a pedestrian foot bridge that is inspired by Lego bricks.
The Footstep Bridge is a conceptual proposal for a new kind of public footbridge. Although the structures could vary in size, look this Footstep Bridge would be about twenty feet wide and it would have a span of about one hundred feet…
The bridge is made of three separate sections connected together side by side to form one structural unit. There are two paths across the span made in the form of undulating staircases and one path in the center made in the form of an undulating ramp.
[via The Fox Is Black]
It’s kind of amazing to see how Lego has evolved. From the company that made multi-colored blocks when I was a kid to one that makes these complex, architectural marvels that seem more fit for adults than children.
Subscribe to the feedRSS Feed
Learn graphic design at Shillington School in New York. No experience necessary.