Katie Walker Excels at Making Carpet Patterns Out of Blocks

By: Jason Soy - Published: Aug 31, 2011 • References: flickr & brothers-brick
These images may look like intricately knit patterns by a gifted elderly woman, but in truth, they're actually Katie Walker's mosaic LEGO creations. A master of the notoriously difficult LEGO piece to use known as 'the cheese slop,' Katie Walker is able to assemble these beauteous designs in ways that I am not even going to attempt to replicate -- they're that difficult.

You can check out Katie Walker's Flickr account to see well over a dozen of these unique pattern creations. They're truly making me rethink the way I play with the toy blocks.

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