The Art of the Brick at Pacific Science Center
Taking Tiny to the Next Level
They may just be the most popular toy of all time… in fact, if you’re like most of us you’ve built with them, created with them, and let’s face it stepped on them (OUCH!!!). They’re LEGOS! But what happens when you take these little building blocks to the next level? Artist Nathan Sawaya has the answer at The Art of the Brick, named one of CNN’s Top Ten “Global Must-see Exhibitions.”
The world’s largest display of LEGO art ever is showing now through September 11th at the Pacific Science Center and it will amaze you. You’ll see some of the world’s most renowned art masterpieces made completely from Legos- like Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, a 20-foot-long T-Rex and Van Gogh’s Starry Night. There’s also a gallery that showcases “brick-infused photography” from award-wining photographer Dean West.
Entrance to the exhibit is on a first-come first served basis and ticket price includes general admission to the rest of the Pacific Science Center.
- Got a mini Lego fanatic? Pacific Science Center is offering a new Lego themed birthday party in conjunction with the exhibit!
- Seattle Public Library has created a summer reading list to pair with Art of the Brick.
- No food or beverage is allowed inside the exhibit, and there are no restrooms inside so make sure you are prepared before entry.
- Bring your camera! Photography is allowed and there’s a lot to capture.
What others are saying:
“Although it was named as a must-see by CNN, I’m here to tell you guys that you HAVE to see it. It is amazing for both kiddos and adults, and will blow your mind.”
– Gena W., Seattle Refined