Ethos recently commissioned a fellow Singapore company, Pixcel, to design a commemorative Ethos logo out of their Pixcel bricks.  We thought the community would enjoy seeing the process.

First they scanned the logo and produced a design:

They package up the final components in cool boxes:

The logo is scanned, and then matched into single-unit squares that are close to the pixel color value:

Each piece fits into a specific spot on the grid.  They are similar to Legos, but each square is individual.

 

The Ethos logo needed 4 base squares with 1,024 pegs on each for a total of 4096 squares.

For us it was mostly green and teal squares:

Here is the Ethos logo starting to take shape across two base squares:

Almost done….

 

Finally finished!

Now back to work…