HomeART & DESIGNStop motion Lego Painting by Jon Rolph Stop motion Lego Painting by Jon Rolph ArtPeople Gallery Staff September 10, 2015 Tweet Pin It Jon Rolph, a Lego lover recreates a Piet Mondrian using stop-motion animation. While it may be a pretty straightforward idea, the details are amazing. Via (Thisiscolossal.com) Jon Rolph Share on FacebookTweetFollow us Related Posts Abandoned Places | Fabio Araujo Glass Jellyfish Sculptures by Rick Satava Incredible Pencil Drawings by Shinichi Furuya Realistic Finger Paintings by Jaime Sanjuan Ocabo French street artist Epi2mik SPIROMIX metal recycling art of Didier Birée Beauty Comes From the inside. Making the Invisible Visible Robin Wight |Wire sculpture Fairies Amazing Finger Paintings by Iris Scott Paintings of Chrome Masks by Kip Omolade Mori |Classic Portrait Paintings Convent Garden gets invaded by a fluffy cloud of 10,000 Suspended balloons by Charles Petillion American artist, painter and environmentalist Shane Townley Hair Color in Contemporary Fashion: Collected Works of Sue Pemberton Handpainted Feathers Michelle Blade Painting imagination and emotion by Layla Khani 3D Calligraphy by Tolga Girgin AMAZING CONCEPT ART | DANIEL DOCIU. New Quilled Paper Portraits by Yulia Brodskaya UP BALLOON COFFEE TABLE ROUND EDITION BY DUFFY LONDON mesmerizing floor installations by Suzan Drummen Artist Illustrates His Fight Against Depression | Dawid Planeta Crystal River Florida eclectic artist Mike Todd Katyushka Art Dolls Fantasy Creatures Tags:lego, lego stop-motion art design, painting, stop motion.