The Art of Brick – South Africa

More than a million LEGO® bricks will be landing on South African shores for The Art of Brick Expo.

This exhibition has been going around the world showing over seventy pieces made entirely of LEGO® bricks!

Ranging from human figures to dinosaur skeletons this is something I can’t miss!!



A Monochrome Lego Set To Teach Tomorrow’s Architects

The first thing you’ll notice about the Lego Architecture Studio is that it’s white. There are no colors, no shades, no pigments, no hues here. It is as white as a piece of paper, a glass of milk, a blind albino lizard skittering in a lightless cave a mile below the ground. White, white, white.

Your first thought might be: “That’s a little bland for Lego.” But you should power through that impression. There’s a reason that every single brick of the 1,200+ Lego Architecture Studio set is white: It’s a serious effort by Lego to get bricksmiths young and old the world over thinking about the core concepts of architectural design, not just a Lego building’s bright, Technicolor facade.

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via: FastCoDesign

‘Art of the Brick,’ Nathan Sawaya’s Solo Show of LEGO Art in New York City

“Art of the Brick” is an ongoing solo exhibition of the LEGO art of artist Nathan Sawaya at Discovery Time Square in New York City. The exhibition includes recreations of famous paintings and sculptures, as well as original works by Sawaya, including a massive 80,020-brick T-Rex. We previously posted about the exhibition back in June. “Art of the Brick” runs until January 5, 2014.

Art of the Brick by Nathan Sawaya

photo via My Modern Metropolis

Art of the Brick by Nathan Sawaya

photo by Maddie Potter/Redesign Revolution

Art of the Brick by Nathan Sawaya

via: Laughing Squid