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Nathan Sawaya ceremonial Baseball pitch!

Nathan SawayaNathan Sawaya created a LEGO Baseball, built with 150 bricks for the first pitch in Penascola Blue Wahoos minor league game against The Huntsville Stars on Saturday evening!

The Art of The Brick creator also unveiled a specially commissioned LEGO Baseball statue and had the home teams shirts sport his trademark Yellow statue on the back of their shirts.Unfortunately for The Blue Wahoos they lost the game to The Huntsville Stars 5-4.

 

Nathan Sawaya miniature Yellow on CUUSOO

Nathan SawayaNathan Sawaya, the LEGO certified professional whose The Art of The Brick exhibit is currently showing in New York, has gotten involved in LEGO’s CUUSOO.

Nathan’s iconic Yellow sculpture has been re-created on a smaller scale and is rapidly gaining support!

To show your support for this project click here and vote!

Nathan Sawaya’s The Art of The Brick

Nathan Sawaya‘s The Art of The Brick is gaining a lot of media coverage at present and deservedly so! Check out the these photos courtesy of Clik/Hear video courtesy of The Guardian!


The Art of The Brick opens 14th June in New York

Nathan SawayaOne of our favourite LEGO certified professionals Nathan Sawaya has a new exhibition ”The Art of The Brick” opening on 14th June at The Discovery Centre in Times Square featuring over 100 pieces of his work.

New York Daily News have more on the man and his latest and largest exhibition to date which will include some never before seen pieces of his work!

The exhibition has been on tour around the world, visiting Australia and Singapore to date. The Times Square exhibit runs until January 2014!

 

Nathan Sawaya’s exhibit in New York

Nathan Sawaya, one of 13 certified LEGO builders/sculpters, recently opened an exhibition called In Pieces at the Avant Gallery in New York. The exhibition is a collaboration with photographer Dean West and runs until 17th March 2013.

In a recent article with Washington Square News the pair discuss the exhibit and below are some of the photos on show at the exhibit… can you tell what is made from LEGO and what is real?

For more photos visit Nathan’s Facebook page.