The Lego Photographer
You never know what you'll find on Fast Company's design blog "Co. Create." Like a hilariously charming photoessay about a Lego photographer. As in an actual Lego minifigure who captures his world on a tiny DSLR.
"Thanks to Instagram and similar filter-heavy photo apps, artful photography has become so user-friendly that everybody seems at least proficient at it—even, apparently, a little Lego person," writes Joe Berkowitz.
Shot entirely on an iPhone by U.K.-based photographer Andrew Whyte, the expertly composed photos show the adventures of the Lego Man, rocking a knit cap instead of the famous bowl cut, lugging around a Lego camera and taking pictures that we will never see.