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10 Perfectly Pixelated LEGO Sculptures Pop Up in NYC

Posted By Yuka Yoneda On March 20, 2013 @ 4:00 pm In Art,carousel showcase,Design,Gallery | No Comments

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A new batch of Nathan Sawaya’s delightful LEGO sculptures [1] recently popped up at New York City’s Openhouse Gallery and we stopped by to take a gander. Unlike some of Sawaya’s previous works, many of which have a bit of an outrageous quality to them, “IN PIECES” [1] glorifies quieter, more mundane objects – a bucket, a cloud or a pair of flip flops – that we often take for granted. Sawaya’s LEGO [2] creations take on an unexpected new flavor when paired with photographer Dean West’s haunting and slightly “off” photos [1] featuring the sculptures. Take a look here [1].


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[1] new batch of Nathan Sawaya’s delightful LEGO sculptures: http://inhabitat.com/nyc/10-perfectly-pixelated-lego-sculptures-to-see-at-in-pieces-in-soho/lego-nathan-sawaya-3/?extend=1

[2] LEGO: http://inhabitat.com/tag/lego/

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