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This Lego sculpture called 'Computer', by Nathan Sawaya, uses 5,690 Lego bricks. The arm reaching out of it makes a statement about the reach of technology into our lives, he says, but I think it also says a lot about how we use computers to connect with each other, through social networking and email. This is from the exhibition The Art of the Brick, which visited London's Truman Brewery in 2015.
Lego computer sculpture
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|Date (GMT):||05/04/15 22:22|
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