Nathan Sawaya’s newest collection is currently showing at Sydney’s Town Hall. The exhibition, The Art of The Brick, runs until February 5 and showcases his three dimensional LEGO sculptures and over-sized portraits. Sawaya’s largest sculpture is a dinosaur skeleton measuring about 20 meters long. It took him a whole Summer to complete.
The LEGO reinvention as a wonderful play thing of the hip and creative continues unabated with the news that those lucky souls who actually work at the company get to hand out these impossibly clever figurines as business cards with features that have been specially tailored to suit the card’s owner. Lust.
LEGO this, LEGO that, LEGO and make something clever, just like British artist Aaron Savage did. He recreated seminal album covers out of his childhood obsession. Hmmm, Aaron, please do a LEGO version of Coldplay next. It would probably have more charisma than the real thing.
The final battle between Neo and Agent Smith recreated in LEGOs. Do you need more info than that? Umm … The Matrix. You know, the little movie franchise from a couple years ago.
Yup, some people just have way too much time on their hands. Or talent at their disposal. Continuing enthusiatically in the trail of the mighty LEGO revival, Keith Goldman has assembled an impressive complex LEGO diorama of the classic mid-70s flick, Logan’s Run.
I’m about to spend a week or so on the reefs of Oahu, so maybe I’m over-excited. But surfers and artists alike will find amusement and maybe some inspiration in this stop-motion film telling the story of surf trips and waves in a plastic world.
Word on the street is that directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller are in ‘final negotiations’ to make Lego: The Movie, the ultimate tribute to the brilliant rebranded play thing. But, really, can they improve upon this effort already out there — The Deranged Lego Movie — by Legoreel? Only time, and a heaping of […]
These Lego salt and pepper shakers are a great stocking stuffer or kitschy joke gift, not so much for people who use a lot of salt and pepper. But hey, you can’t please both the kid and the foodie in everyone.
Missed last weekend’s blockbuster draw between America and England in the Football World Cup? Don’t fear. Now you can relive the action in miniature detail thanks to the talented folks at Lego Fussball.
We love the new LEGO series, LEGO Architecture, which started as a partnership with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation to render six of his iconic buildings as LEGO buildings. Other famous constructions in the series include the Sears Tower, Seattle Space Needle and the Taj Mahal.
Now we’ve seen it all! Under the name Cube Dude, Angus Maclane creates disarmingly accurate Lego reinterpretations of pop culture icons, including Homer Simpson, Batman and Robin and Darth Vader.