These creative, minimalist lego creations by art director and photographer Jaime Sánchez are simple, creative and clever. The photographs show common, normal items and foods with some lego items surreptitiously thrown in. A general attempt is made to match the color the lego brick is replacing. For example, tiny brown bricks take the place of chocolate in chocolate chip cookies.
Artist Travis English makes these fantastic minimalist movie posters and television series. Many popular movie posters make an appearance on the artist’s website, including Star Wars, Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings. Of course, there are a lot more, check them out at the artist’s website.
The last time we saw Antrepo minimize product packaging, they stripped it off all colors and effects to leave the product at just the logo and name. For the second round, these guys have gone further, losing even the logo to write the name in a very simple font. We guess there’s a win for minimalism in there (somewhere).
Packaging by far is one of the most wasteful things around. That, and also the loud combination of graphics and colors that are supposed to attract the consumer to these products. In this set, the people over at Antrepo stripped the packaging of its loud colors and graphics, leaving it bareboned, down to just the essentials. We’d have to say the minimal packaging does look interesting and attractive enough, even if its just a relief from the loud packaging.