LEGO bricks can be assembled and connected in many different ways. Therefore, it is not surprising that some people create original designs from regular LEGO bricks.
Today, we feature three amazing LEGO artists: Sean Kenney, Nathan Sawaya and Eric Harshbarger. Enjoy.
LEGO Art by Sean Kenney
Sean is a full-time artist who works exclusively with LEGO bricks. He is not employed by The LEGO Group.
In using LEGO bricks as an art medium, Sean hopes that children will become inspired to visualize their imagination and create great things themselves. [more]
MCC Smart Car
Schou Teak and Wicker Table
Nemo and Marlin
LEGO Art by Nathan Sawaya
Some artists use paint, others bronze – But for Nathan Sawaya he chooses to build his awe-inspiring art out of toy building blocks. LEGO® bricks to be exact.
With more than 1.5 million colored bricks in his New York studio, Sawaya’s sculptures take many forms. [more]
LEGO Art by Eric Harshbarger
After studing mathematics formally, Eric Harshbarger then spent several years as an computer programmer while living in San Francisco, California. Leaving that industry (and city) in early 1999, he began taking a renewed interest in a childhood pastime: building with LEGO bricks.
What started as an “adult hobby” quickly evolved into a serious endeavour. By the end of 1999 LEGO building was generating an income for Eric, and within one more year it was his primary form of employ. [more]