compassion, collaboration & cooperation iN transistion
Artist Nathan Sawaya led visitors through his Art of the Brick show
in New York back in June. The artist has used Lego bricks to recreate
well-known sculptures as well as dinosaurs and some fantasies of his
5 January 2014.
As Tom Ross has so succinctly suggested previously - "Great sculpture
never fails to impress me. As more of a 2d artist I can’t help but admire
the skill and dedication of sculpters. The other day I came across some
incredible lego sculptures, which inspired me to write a post on the subject.
they are generally built from the ground up,
and therefore each stage of the build must set
a perfect foundation for what is to come. There
is very little (if any) room for error, and so the
artist must be incredibly precise and careful in
their work. I hope that you enjoy these great
sculptures as much as I did, and perhaps
even get inspired to build your own!"
In the meantime can you spot the hidden
Lego bricks in these incredible pictures ?
on the other HAND the - Honda UK "Hands" film celebrates
the curiosity of Honda engineers, which has led to some of the
most successful Honda innovations over the past 65 years.
Then sometimes, just sometimes, the art is turned on its head to be
able to reproduce the inner workings of a piece of art long lost to the
amazement and gratification of humanity.
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