American artist Nathan Sawaya makes giant Lego sculptures from tens of thousands of parts designed for museums or for pleasure. Currently at exhibition BRICK BY BRICK: The LEGO Brick Sculpture, agora gallery, New York city
Some artists use paint, others bronze, but Nathan Sawaya chooses to build his awe-inspiring art out of toy building blocks. LEGO® bricks to be exact. The former corporate lawyer quit his job in 2001 to focus on becoming the world’s foremost LEGO artist.
This is a large scale shark LEGO model, painstakingly designed and assembled by the LEGO Master Model Builder at Sydney Aquarium. A visit to Sydney Aquarium is a must if you wish to get this close to a white shark without the rod and reel.
Photographer Andrew Whyte has found a new way to incorporate LEGOs into the world in his series, The Legographer. The whimsical collection features a little LEGO figure placed into all kinds of fun and unexpected settings
Futuristic Map of Japan Made From 1.8 Million LEGOs