Friday, August 8, 2014

Lego Construction


Above is one of the interactive attractions at the Lego Exhibit at the Heard Museum.  Those fancy tire wells were made of Lego blocks and on the other side was a seat and steering wheel so that kids could sit there as if driving that at car.  A perfect photo spot.


I was impressed by these two exhibits.  The top one is called Bicycle Triumphs Traffic created by Sean Kenney.  The one below is called Captain America and it was created by Nathan Sawaya.


I'll show you some more creations tomorrow.

17 comments:

llandudnopictures said...

They have done an amazing job creating and constructing these!

Birdman said...

My son (now 28) would love this visit. As I mentioned yesterday, I'm still finding legos, it seems. We had so much fun putting the kits together. I so remember the 'pirate ship'.

Mo said...

Its amazing what gets made with lego. Im waiting for houses

RedPat said...

I really like that bicycle, Sharon!

cieldequimper said...

These are absolutely fantastic!

I saw some life size Santas with their reindeer last Christmas in Berlin, I couldn't get enough of them.

Judy said...

Wow! I am surprised that these things can be made of those little blocks that I used to step on, barefoot back in the day.

Lowell said...

Who would have thought years ago when Legos were first introduced that they would lead to such fantastic creations. I would love that exhibit!

Lowell said...

Just read your latest comments about bull and old goats - laughed out loud! Thanks!

Bob Crowe said...

I think we have a Lego installation at the botanical garden at the moment. AH HA! That's what I can shoot tomorrow. Then we can compare notes.

Randy said...

These are amazing.

Jack said...

I especially love that green bicycle!

Karl Demetz said...

Great works!
I would not have so much patience.

EG CameraGirl said...

These Lego constructions are incredible! Truly amazing!

José Mendonça said...

So much patience needed to build these! :-)

LOLfromPasa said...

Really do love these.

(Thanks for commenting on my Antony Gormley. I remember your blog post about his work. Thought of you when I was putting mine together.)

Lois said...

Those are amazing creations! My grandsons would love it and I would never be able to get them out of there.

Feyza Ramazanoglu said...

This is amazing...