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  1. In honor of Piet Mondrian and in memorial of his 77 years passing (1 February 1944), I share with you my Lego based interpretation of his work: 'Composition with large red plane, yellow, black, gray and blue' I hope you'll appreciate this. I've enjoyed making it. PDF building instructions and part list can be found here (for free):
  2. Let me present you my Cube of Mondrian. This MOC is my entry for the L13 contest on BrickPirate named "The Great Painters". The Cube of Mondrian by Veynom, on Flickr So this is a cube, not a painting and the contest specifically asked to prepresent a painting. So where is the painting ? Start looking at the faces of the cube and take some distance. Let's begin with the front face: Mondrian's Cube: Front by Veynom, on Flickr And you will see the first painting based on the below original painting from Piet Mondrian. But wait, there is more, look at the left side: Mondrian's Cube: Left by Veynom, on Flickr This is another original painting from Mondrian. But this is still not over. Let's try a top-down view: Mondrian's Cube: Top by Veynom, on Flickr This time we have a painting inspired by Mondrian. Then similarly, we have the two remaining faces : right ... Mondrian's Cube: Right by Veynom, on Flickr ... and back. Mondrian's Cube: Back by Veynom, on Flickr Those are not just mirrored copy from the other sides, there are some differences. And last but not least, one additional shot of the inside of the cube. Inside the Cube of Mondrian by Veynom, on Flickr A lot of fun and a good mind challenge. Comments welcome.