There's something oddly intriguing about abandoned places — even when they're made of LEGOS.
Take artist 's creations, for instance. While just staring at these eerie houses may be enough to give you the chills, pay special attention. Upon first glance you may miss a key feature of the monochromatic wonders – they're all built from LEGOs.
"I enjoy architecture and exploring run-down dilapidated buildings," says Doyle, who created a series of three abandoned mansions. "I like the idea of nature 'repossessing' these abandoned homes – the complexity of textures both natural and hard edged intermingling."
Dubbed 'Victorian on Mud Heap,' 'Victorian With Tree' and 'Two Story With Basement,' each residence is made entirely of LEGOs and features monochromatic bricks, giving off a serious horror movie vibe.
Beyond the structures cool-and-creepy exteriors, there's also a subtle nod to a tumultuous economic times. "In the case of this series, it came right after the mortgage crisis, and I viewed this as a snapshot of our country falling apart due to the greed of few," Doyle says.
As you can guess, building these structures is no easy feat. The 'Victorian on Mud Heap' design alone uses roughly 120,000 LEGO pieces and took Doyle some 600 hours to build.
Take a look at all three below and check out Doyle's for his creations on his blog.