This week I found myself watching a LEGO Competition and I was amazed at the technical ability of the competitors. But I was also most impressed by the artistic ability of these people who are experts in this craft. So for something completely different and unbridled here are some lego creations.

From Nathan Sawaya I bring you:
Mt Rushmore Replica
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Rebirth of New Orleans
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And this is Nathan's Girl with a Pearl Earring.
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From Sean Kenney

Horses
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Ladubug Mural
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Spider Mural
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And here are two more of Sean's nature inspired creations.
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And then we have David Hughes and Afternoon of a Faun
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And my favourite is Warren Elsmore creation of these buildings.
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But let me leave you with this amazing work made by a group of Japanese children using 1.8 million pieces of lego. It is titled A Futuristic Japan.

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