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Hong Kong-based LEGO builder Andy Hung created this awesome diorama for Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s The Little Prince. Built entirely using standard LEGO pieces, we like to think it depicts the wee prince having successfully gotten back to his tiny asteroid and his beloved rose. Even better still, is appear that the fox friend he made during his visit to Earth has come to visit.

Head over to Andy Hung’s Flickr page to check out more of his LEGO creations.

[via The Brothers Brick]

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Y&R Paris has created two striking graphics depicting the manufacture of two endangered species–the elephant and the whale–using a 3D printer for the International Fund for Animal Welfare(IFAW).

Aimed at targeting technology-savvy youths, the illustrations aim to drive home the message that not all things can be fixed by technology, and that nature is a miracle we cannot take for granted.

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I think I posted this campaign a few years ago, but I stumbled upon it again recently and really love it, so I’m sharing it again! Perfect combination of sad and humorous 

Agency: Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe/Y&R London, United Kingdom

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From 2012: This giant dragon sculpture is an innovative creation made completely out of 10,000 chopsticks developed to promote the opening of Aziatage Café, located in Yekaterinburg, Russia, 

Each person was presented with a pair of chopsticks and asked to place the first one in an existing slot on the board, making a wish. The second served as an incentive to visit the café, offering a 10% discount.

Russia-based agency StreetArt assisted advertising agency Voskhod in producing the interactive piece.