Keeping Big Boy amused and trying to keep up with the School work he has been missing due to his Chicken Pox is starting to take it's toll. Big Boy is desperate to go back to School because I'm a slave driver with getting him to read and write, and count and practice his letter sounds and he thinks School will be easier! Luckily for us, fate was smiling on us yesterday as we were sent the new Lego Duplo Number Train (RRP £12.99) and it meant that we got to play together whilst Big Boy was...Read Full Story
LEGO Duplo 6144 Zoo Train by LEGO Buy new: $34.99 18 used & new from $25.66(Visit the Hot New Releases in Building Sets list for authoritative information on this product's current rank.)Read Full Story
Nathan Sawaya is a New York based artist best known for his contemporary Lego art. Born in Colville, Washington and raised in Veneta, Oregon, Sawaya’s childhood consisted of drawing cartoons, writing stories, perfecting magic tricks and playing with Lego’s. After attending New York University, he rediscovered LEGO. Rather than using them as a toy, Sawaya realized that he could use Lego’s as his medium.
There are literally no limits to what he can create out of Lego’s. As a full-time freelance...Read Full Story
All Photos By Gail
It’s been a true pleasure to discover the art and follow the career of Lego Brick artist Nathan Sawaya over the past few years. I’ve enjoyed Nathan’s Brick by Brick and Red exhibits at the Agora Gallery in Chelsea, and now he has collaborated with photographer Dean West for In Pieces — something completely different indeed!
Geoffrey and I attended a private opening reception for In Pieces on Thursday, February 28th and were blown away by this series of minimalist tableau...Read Full Story
Photos of Dean West’s photos by G. Art by Dean West (photos) and Nathan Sawaya (Lego Sculptures).
In Pieces by Dean West and Nathan Sawaya
New York! Don’t even think about missing a really cool exhibit by photographer Dean West and Lego sculpture artist Nathan Sawaya entitled “In Pieces” at Avant Gallery in New York (located at 201 Mulberry Street).
Dean West/ Nathan Sawaya
It’s extremely hard to see in these photos so let me explain what is happening. In each of Dean West’s large...Read Full Story