Master of Lego Recreator: The Art of the Brick

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Lego bricks, a toy familiar to children and the young at heart brings me back to my childhood nostalgia. The story behind “Lego”, from the Danish phrase leg godt, which means “play well”, appeals to both kids and adults. I bet you’re never too old for Lego! Lego has move out of the playroom and into the world of arts. I believe Lego is what it is, and you don’t have to re-invent it, but you can make something cool out of it. For the first time in Southeast Asia, the Art of the Brick will treat visitors to stunning displays of intricate sculptures made from Lego bricks, now till 14 April 2013 at Singapore ArtScience Museum.

Nathan Sawaya is a New Yorker artist who creates awe-inspiring works out of some of the most unlikely things. Like any other child, Nathan’s childhood dreams were always fun. As Nathan…

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