Artist creates Lego sculptures

Nathan Sawaya creates exhibition in New York using millions of pieces of Lego
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Artist Nathan Sawaya has launched his latest exhibition entitled ‘Art of the Brick’ at Discovery Times Square in New York City. Sawaya created numerous sculptures and artworks entirely with LEGO toy bricks, with over 100 works of art created from millions of pieces. (Getty Images)
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A Lego replica of Van Gogh’s painting Starry Night was among the attractions at the exhibition. (Getty Images)
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3D spectacles such as this 20-foot Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton were put together by artist Sawaya. (Getty Images)
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Orginal sculptures such as this one, Yellow, can be seen at the show. (Getty Images)
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Skulls is another Sawaya orginal on display at Art of the Brick. (Getty Images)
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Swimmer, by Nathan Sawaya. (Getty Images)
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Famous sculptures such as Michaelangelo’s David (right), Augustus of Prima Porta (centre), and the Venus de Milo by Alexandros of Antioch (left) were mimicked by Saways. (Getty Images)
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The artist created a range of Lego sculptures for the show based on the human condition. (Getty Images)
Wed 19 Jun 2013 11:56 AM