This exhibition is every little kid’s dream (adults, too). The Art of the Brick showcases the works of Nathan Sawaya. His passion for building with Legos began when he was five years old. His amazing sculptures are made entirely of LEGO bricks.
Highlights of his work are the enormous Moai Easter Island Head, a reproductions of famous masterpieces like Michelangelo’s “David,” and a lady swimming in water. He also builds everyday items: a giant pencil, a rotary telephone, and a bright red umbrella. His most impressive construction is a T-Rex skeleton constructed from over 80,000 LEGO bricks that measures over six metres in length.
And if you are wondering where Nick Sawaya gets his Lego bricks from – he buys them just like everyone else. This is the world’s biggest and most elaborate display of LEGO art ever. It is most definitely a must-see!
The awe-aspiring exhibit is located on the West side of the 2nd Floor of Quincy Market within Faneuil Hall Marketplace
$18.00 admission, now open through October 31st, 200 Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Boston, 866-276-9458, bostonbricks.com