Tag: art

Pittsburgh Pirates logo in LEGO mosaic

12 April, 2012 (12:00) | LEGO© Creations

I can’t take all the credit for the work involved in this one.  There are 9 32 x 32 stud plates (which makes this 30 inches by 30 inches!) that I divvied up to the 9 kids in my class this year.  I used software to break a standard image down to 96 x 96 […]

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The Bible – in LEGO bricks

5 January, 2012 (12:00) | LEGO© Creations

The wise man built his house upon the plastic brick, apparently.  It claims to be the world’s largest, most comprehensive illustrated Bible.  Tons of LEGO inspired recreations of Bible stories. http://www.thebricktestament.com/

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Hold me closer tiny dancer

16 December, 2011 (12:00) | Geeked Out

This is some of the smallest origami you’ll ever see.  This is srz bzns.  He uses a tooth pick to create all the tiny folds. http://www.visualnews.com/2011/08/18/a-tiny-world-of-nano-origami/  

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Pittsburgh in LEGO bricks – a “mini” series

3 November, 2011 (12:00) | LEGO© Creations

I once set out to create a model of Pittsburgh out of bricks.  It didn’t turn out well.  Scale is a hard thing to maintain when constricted to the shapes of LEGO bricks.  So, the mini-series was born.  As I’m inspired, or as requested, I’ll set out to recreate individual buildings and landmarks.  Here’s what […]

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No Real Than You Are LEGO Man

28 October, 2011 (18:07) | LEGO© Creations

I’ve had Ego Leonard in the hopper to blog about for a while now, but it seems current news has beaten me to the punch!  Turns out, one of his extra large 8 foot tall LEGO sculptures has “washed up” on a Florida beach.  How appropriate, seeing as LEGO opened up another Legoland theme park […]

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Do you come from a land down under?

13 July, 2011 (12:00) | LEGO© Creations

A practical use for LEGO in the data representation arena. Colors are used to show countries and adding the to the depth of the cartogram to show emigration and immigration to countries. See, I can do useful things with LEGO too! http://infographicsnews.blogspot.com/2011/02/cartogram-done-in-real-3d.html  

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