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Can Lego be Art?

A few years ago The Guardian question can Lego be art (see article) and I wanted to show it can, by showing off several different Lego artists, some who use the bricks and others who use the visual concept of Lego to create cool stuff using wood or metal. Artists who draw or paint Lego.

Do you think Lego can be art?

  Nathan Sawaya    www.nathansawaya.com/
 Back in 2012 Lego installed a pop-up in New South Wales town of Broken Hill to mark the 50th Anniversary of Lego being available in Australia.   www.creativereview.co.uk/a-lego-forest-blooms-in-the-australian-outback/

Back in 2012 Lego installed a pop-up in New South Wales town of Broken Hill to mark the 50th Anniversary of Lego being available in Australia.

www.creativereview.co.uk/a-lego-forest-blooms-in-the-australian-outback/

 Celebrating 50th anniversary of Lego in Japan in 2012, over 5,000 kids created a giant map of Japan using 1.8 million bricks   Read More

Celebrating 50th anniversary of Lego in Japan in 2012, over 5,000 kids created a giant map of Japan using 1.8 million bricks

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  Christoph Niemann    Read More

Christoph Niemann

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Arthur Gugick

Lego Mosaic than changes from Batman to the Joker 

http://ar0057.wixsite.com/arthurgugick

 Chalkfestival Sarasota 2011   Read More

Chalkfestival Sarasota 2011

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  Jason Freeny   Creator of the Brick Baby as well as the Micro Schematic figures  Available from many places including   www.bricksathome.com/jasonfreeny

Jason Freeny

Creator of the Brick Baby as well as the Micro Schematic figures

Available from many places including  www.bricksathome.com/jasonfreeny

John V. Muntean

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  Dan Veesenmeyer    http://dansartwork.com/
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Mat Green

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