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7 Coolest LEGO Sculptures

Posted on the 13 March 2014 by Geekasms @geekasms

With fans all over the world, it’s no surprise to see some of the most amazing creations that use LEGO bricks as their medium. When you use the words LEGO bricks and sculptures together you are no longer looking at a toy, but a piece of art. These 7 selections are some of the coolest sculptures to date and are only a small sample of what’s out there. They are creations from some of the most well-known builders like Nathan Sawaya, Ryan McNaught, and Henry Lim.



This was created by Henry Lim and measures 14’ from beak to tail, 6’ from floor to top plate, and roughly 3’ at its widest point. There is no glue in the sculpture which consists of aprox. Over 100,000 pieces.

1 World Trade Center


This was created by a team of expert LEGO® model builders and unveiled at the LEGOLAND Discovery Center in Westchester. It uses close to 5,000 elements and will be installed at one of the theme parks.

Mona Lisa


This was created by Eric Harshbarger and measures 6’x8’. It uses aprox. 30,000 elements. He used only six primary colors to create it. Some glue was used for the hanging elements and where its major seams are located.

Escher’s “Relativity”


This was a joint creation by Andrew Lipson and Daniel Shiu. It is a recreation of one of Escher’s famous paintings in three dimensions. This is not a flat picture. Although the designers said taking the picture to match the image did take a lot of work.

James Bonds Mosaics


This series of mosaics was created by Ryan McNaught. It features the seven actors that played James Bond in the movies. It was done for a museum display in Melbourne Australia. The exhibit was called “Designing 007 Exhibition” from December 2013 to January 2014.

Nature Connects


This series of 27 sculptures was created by Sean Kenney. Among the 27 models are over half a million LEGO bricks. From a massive humming bird to a giant rose this exhibit showcases the smaller aspects of nature on a larger than life scale.

Pop-Up Book


This final selection was created by Nathan Sawaya. It measures 43”x52”x30”. It was made as a memorial to remember the creator of the pop-up book Waldo H. Hunt. This particular sculpture illustrates a poem that was also written by Sawaya.


Carlo Pandian is an adult fan of LEGO and freelance writer, and has previously published on The Brick Blogger, Bricks of The Death, and The Rock Father. Connect with him on Twitter @carlopandian.


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