"[The Color Nativity] is essentially an experiment to see if the characters are still recognizable even after they have been reduced to only their color and composition," the designer tells Co. Design. "It is interesting to see that even people who might consider themselves to be without religion recognize most of the characters."
Let’s face it—lots of us are losing our religion. Many of us grew up in households that were decked out in religious artifacts, even if only for the holidays. And though many of us might eschew our religious beliefs, some of us still long for holiday family traditions. But do you truly see yourself with a full-on manger scene on your dining room table? How will you explain this to your Atheist buddies? What’s a lapsed Catholic to do?
London industrial designer Sebastian Bergne has built what’s being billed as the world’s first greenhouse made entirely out of Legos—an 11.5-foot-tall translucent shed that nourishes edible plants, like tomatoes, peppers, and sunflowers.