Nature Connects - Art with LEGO Bricks
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Nature Connects by Sean Kenney, the world’s first LEGO Certified Professional, is at the Morton Arboretum in Lisle, IL from July 17 through November 1, 2015. Kenney and his team spent more than 4,170 hours (173 days!) and 464,770 LEGO bricks to create the 13 larger-than-life nature-themed displays, assembled with 27 individual figures.
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494,700 total bricks
4170 build hours
Legos 2015-02
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corn spider
16,492 bricks, 135 build hours
Legos 2015-03
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Legos 2015-05
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hummingbird
61,107 bricks, 265 build hours
Legos 2015-06
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tallest sculpture
Legos 2015-07
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Legos 2015-08
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Legos 2015-09
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Legos 2015-11
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birdbath
14,802 bricks, 200 build hours
Legos 2015-12
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Legos 2015-14
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wheelbarrow
29,900 bricks, 205 build hours
Legos 2015-16
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grandfather and granddaughter gardening
46,940 bricks, 535 build hours
Legos 2015-17
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Legos 2015-18
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Legos 2015-20
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galapagos tortoise and finch
23,317 bricks, 290 build hours
Legos 2015-21
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Legos 2015-23
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herd of deer
84,442 bricks, 540 build hours
Legos 2015-24
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80% fullsize!
Legos 2015-25
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Legos 2015-26
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Legos 2015-29
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monarch butterfly on milkweed
39,708 bricks, 425 build hours
Legos 2015-30
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peacock
the most bricks - 68,827 and the most time creating this sculpture - 625 hours!
Legos 2015-35
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Legos 2015-37
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roseate skimmer dragonfly
27,788 bricks, 515 build hours
Legos 2015-38
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longest sculpture
Legos 2015-39
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violet pansy and bee
29,314 bricks, 240 build hours
Legos 2015-42
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Legos 2015-43
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