... to recreate some of the world's most famous photographs in Legos. The whole set is here. The original photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt can be viewed here. (And for a change, I didn't feature one of the Star Wars photos. Aren't you shocked?)
It's Saturday, so you have plenty of time to play with the latest version of Grow. It seems we're building a tower this time, blogfolk. Enjoy!
Also, I hope you're not tired of photographs of the inauguration, because I'm about to present you with The Mutha Of All Inauguration Photos. It's 2 gigabytes, and detailed enough that you can zoom in to see Yo-Yo Ma stealing a pic with his cell phone.
Begun as a student project in Providence, the Urban Curators have a mission: to look at urban decay in a whole new light. Starting by mounting temporary frames over graffiti and peeling paint, and then snapping photos. Anyone is invited to join the project - there's even a pdf of a gilt-edge frame and a little curator card for downloading.
It does look like this website is taking a sabbatical, unfortunately ... there are no pictures linked to the map. Still, who needs an excuse to take pictures of randomly framed stuff?