The Concrete Legos are a real-life version of the building block toys. While some artists have tackled this concept before, such as Tara Ketchum, this Concrete Legos collection is much more on point. For instance, not only do the blocks themselves look very clean-cut, the LEGO logo has been embossed on every protrusion and when flipped over they have the same hollow detailing.
Created by Andrew Lewicki, an artist born in Redwood City and based in Los Angeles, California, the Concrete Legos look as though they could legitimately be used to construct a house or building. Unfortunately, each set of five is comprised of 12 pieces. Even if purchased all together, there still won't be enough Concrete Legos to build an entire house let alone one room.