Art of the Brick Exhibition Extended
If you live in Cape Town and you haven’t been to the Art of the Brick yet, I’ve got great news for you… The organisers have extended the exhibition until 22 March.
So what’s it all about:
LEGO® fans, kids, adults and art-lovers can look forward to up to seventy art sculptures on display created from more than a million LEGO® bricks by US artist, Nathan Sawaya.
Artworks will include his most famous work to date, Yellow, as well as other sculptures such as the T-Rex skeleton constructed from over 80,000 LEGO® bricks and measuring over six metres in length. In addition to this, visitors will see some of the world’s most famous artworks recreated with LEGO® such as Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, Van Gogh’s Starry Night and the Venus de Milo. Proclaimed as one of the world’s 10 must-see exhibitions by CNN, The Art of The Brick aims to inspire artwork through unique art forms and has attracted millions of visitors worldwide in exhibitions in the US, Australia and Asia.
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We’ve got a set of tickets to give away to one lucky reader… All you need to do is pop over here: Art Of The Brick Cape Town Competition and answer an easy question.
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Tickets are available at Computicket and cost R140 for adults and R95 for kids.
* Pics are courtesy of Art of the Brick
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