THE LEGO WARRIORS

RISE OF THE PLASTIC ARMY

THE COLLECTION

A CURATED SERIES IN LIMITED NUMBERS

MEET THE LEGO WARRIORS, modern citizens in London who possess the traits of contemporary warriors.  Each warrior and mask represents themes, which include patriotism, wisdom, wealth, creativity and religion.

THE LEGO WARRIORS series was originally developed for an exhibition created and curated by collaborators award winning artist Bwoy Wonder and photographer Agenda Brown. The Lego Warriors brokers the lines of art and pop culture combining installation and portraiture, exploring themes of personal identity and duality with masks created out of Lego.

Agenda was inspired by Bwoy Wonder’s Lego masks to create a mesmeric series of images which capture the powerful narrative of modern citizens in London whose alter egos possess the traits of contemporary warriors. Each one is caught in a battle to resolve inner turmoil and personal conflict through empowerment and self acceptance. Agenda matched his sitters to the masks, believing that each one drew out aspects of the individual character. LEGO WARRIORS continues Agenda’s fascination for and exploration of persona through the photographic image.

The Lego Warriors was featured in The Guardian, It’s Nice That and Let’s Be Brief, and exhibited at London Fashion Week, The Library Private Members Club, and Acqua 7 Dalston.

AGENDA of Visual Marvelry is a winner of the Canon photography award for his portrait work. A former graphic designer, who has worked with The Times and The Economist. Agenda is driven by the desire to encapsulate authenticity in a chosen moment, whilst dissolving anything that gets in the way of connecting with a great image. Cross fertilisation and collaborating with people to create something amazing is a key feature of his approach.

He is a rich observer with a sniper’s eye for detail but an art director’s empathy for character and role. The final image is a personalised choreography, filmic in scale but a close-up of the person as an actor on their own stage.

WWW.VISUALMARVELRY.COM   @VISUALMARVELRY #THE_LEGOWARRIORS

BWOY WONDER is the 2014 winner of Creative Pioneers run in conjunction with the Institute of Practitioners in Advertising and endorsed by Metro newspaper, and creative agencies such as Saatchi and Saatchi.   A nationwide search to find the best creatives in the UK’s creative and digital media industry for entrepreneurship opportunities to kick-start their career in creativity.

“I am Bwoy Wonder, the Plastic Surgeon. As a child I didn’t possess the luxury of having many toys at my disposal, but the one toy I was blessed with having was my box of Lego.”

“Why buy a Transformer when you can build one yourself?,  would be my fathers response whenever we wandered past a store. He had been buying me Lego for years to train my brain into thinking like an engineer but also to be creative with a dynamic and reusable medium. I never forgot that.”

WWW.BWOY-WONDER.COM   @BWOYWONDER

#THE_LEGOWARRIORS

NICHOLETTE

DEKE

SAMA

FRANCK

JOONKI

FLORA

WESLEY

ORDER YOUR PRINTS

PRINT SIZES

Please contact the studio for pricing using the contact form below for available sizes and prices
The studio would be delighted to discuss commercial projects with clients
and provide quotes for bespoke framed prints on request.

THE FOLLOWING METHODS OF PAYMENT ARE ACCEPTED
Bank transfer / Debit or Credit card / Paypal.

SUPPLYING YOUR PRINTS
Each print will be delivered with a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist.
Prints are supplied unframed with custom sizes available on request.
Print sizes are calculated from the longest edge.
Please allow up to two weeks for delivery of your unframed prints (delays may occur due to Covid restrictions)

CONTACT THE STUDIO

Fill in the form below or call: +44 (0) 7786 888 238 to contact the studio with your print order
Ask us any questions or let us know details of your custom print requests.

    YOUR NAME (required)

    YOUR EMAIL (required)

    YOUR MESSAGE

    THE LEGO WARRIORS PLAYLIST

    THANK YOU @KMRA

    FREQUENTLY ASKED
    QUESTIONS

    BESPOKE PRINT
    The largest print size available is 112cm x 75cm.

    FRAMING
    The artist has specified a bespoke frame and mounting technique for this series, and more information on this can be supplied for consideration. Framing will be quoted for separately and according to the print size agreed.

    EDITION NUMBERING
    Each image will be printed in an edition of 100. The edition number is independent of print size (each print produced regardless of size will be the next number in the edition).

    PAYMENTS & REFUNDS
    Print orders are non-refundable
    Payments will need to be made in advance to progress orders.
    Goods received damaged will be replaced at no additional cost, but not refunded.

    CERTIFICATION
    Prints will be supplied with a certificate of authenticity numbered and signed by the artist.

    SHIPMENT
    Prints will be shipped via Royal Mail within the UK and internationally through DHL. Shipment is not included in the print price and will be quoted for separately.

    Contemporary conquerors battling to resolve inner turmoil and personal conflict.