LEGO gives budding architects and designers a medium to create new worlds. With the vast collections of brick shapes and minifigs available, the only limits are the users’ imaginations. Follow these Instagram accounts to get a look at some of the fun ways the bricks can be used.
The Australian Instagram legojacker describes its theme as Tiny People vs The World. Minifigs are placed against gorgeous backdrops for pretty stunning pictures. Often the characters are spray-painted or Photoshopped to look larger than life.
Previously an attorney, Nathan Sawaya is now one of the few certified LEGO professionals. He has 2.5 million LEGO bricks to work with, so the possibilities are endless.
Follow this Instagram for elaborate cities and stadiums filled with bustling minfigs. The sheer number of characters present makes these creations especially impressive.
LEGO photographer Harley Quin runs a company called InkBlot Photo that sells prints of LEGO photography. The company Instagram usually posts at least one photo a day as part of a Lego365 project.
Sean Kenney is another certified LEGO professional. He creates gigantic statues made exclusively from LEGO bricks, and has authored eight children's books.
Follow two minifigs as they travel around the world to exotic new locations. The world seems even bigger when you're only 4 centimeters tall.
This account does the heavy lifting and curates all the best LEGO grams from around the app. Creators looking to be reposted use the tag #worldofbricks to garner attention.
This brightly colored Instagram focuses on the tiny world of minifigs. The various characters interact with the world around them by squeezing out toothpaste, juggling Froot Loops, or walking down the runway.
The LEGO Farmer celebrates Australian agriculture by showing an overalls-clad minifig enjoying the simpler things in life. The farmer does everything from kayaking to enjoying a cold glass of milk.
Everyone loves the aesthetics of a minimalist photograph. This account makes minifigs the center of these simple images.
This Star Wars-themed account likes to take characters (mainly Stormtroopers) and put them in amusing situations. You can see the little soldiers playing poker, carving fruit, and bathing in Nutella.
Designer and photographer Eve Laoun C Delire is a big fan of bokeh. She uses the bubbly blur to give her images a magical effect. Her Instagram isn't entirely LEGO-themed, but what’s available is definitely worth a look.
Designer Chris McVeigh’s images are simple and colorful. The photographer posts stylish images of minifigs, bins of LEGO bricks, and mosaics that are sure to brighten up your feed.
Photographer Nicolas fills his account with pictures of minifigs enjoying various activities in the real world. All of his pictures are snapped with his iPhone.
User cheepjokes creates a “LEGO Sitcom,” in the form of comics and short videos. You can also follow the Australia-based account on YouTube.