Lego Art Exhibit Debuts at Presidential Library

Lego Art Exhibit Debuts at Presidential Library

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Tara Bellucci
Jan 4, 2013
Lawyer-turned-artist Nathan Sawaya's latest works in Lego bricks are featured in an exhibit called In Pieces, currently on display at the William J. Clinton Presidential Center Library in Little Rock. Clinton is a devoted fan of Sawaya's work, and hosted his show Art of the Brick at the library last year. The exhibit will run through February 1 before moving to New York.

In other news, take online craft classes to get hands-on skills, and a forest for downtown Detroit wins a design competition. See the headlines after the jump.

Making Lego Into Art: Nathan Sawaya's Impossible Brick Sculptures | Co.Create
Made by Hand, Learned Online | The Wall Street Journal
An Idea To Build A Tiny Forest In Detroit's Heart | Co.Design

(Image: via Co.Exist)

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