Full-size human LEGO sculptures are another example of working in pixels, in which the shape of the bricks matters less than the placement, yet the overall effect is the same as working in pixels -just on a different scale. Brick artist Nathan Sawaya makes full-size sculptures as well as smaller artworks and mosaics. Here he poses with his full-size Conan O’Brien sculpture containing thousands of LEGO bricks. Sawaya has 1.5 million more bricks in his New York studio! Last summer, Sawaya made another sculpture of Conan in his superhero mode.
(via Real People in LEGO - Mental Floss)

Full-size human LEGO sculptures are another example of working in pixels, in which the shape of the bricks matters less than the placement, yet the overall effect is the same as working in pixels -just on a different scale. Brick artist Nathan Sawaya makes full-size sculptures as well as smaller artworks and mosaics. Here he poses with his full-size Conan O’Brien sculpture containing thousands of LEGO bricks. Sawaya has 1.5 million more bricks in his New York studio! Last summer, Sawaya made another sculpture of Conan in his superhero mode.

(via Real People in LEGO - Mental Floss)

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