We're being inspired by Nathan Sawaya's creations in The Art of the Brick: DC Super Heroes exhibition for #CraftInTheCity and making a LEGO superhero jar for you to recreate at home!
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Brick artist Nathan Sawaya is back with a new exhibition, featuring the World’s largest collection of Super Hero inspired LEGO artwork.
Located just off London's South Bank, The Art Of The Brick: DC Super Heroes gives you the chance to get up close to your favourite DC characters as you've never seen them before.
Built using almost 2 million bricks, the exhibition shows you just what's possible to make using LEGO if you're not afraid of getting creative.
The fun begins as soon as you enter the exhibition, where sofas are set up to give you the perfect photo oportunity with a life-size brick model of the Joker.
You're then led through a number of galleries, themed by different comic book series, or focusing on the good of DC's super-heroes or the dark side with super-villains.
Featuring life-size sculptures of everyone's favourite super-heroes and super-villians, as well as recreations of comic book covers, environments, vehicles and arty interpretations of DC, there's so much to see.
The exhibition ends everyone's favourite superhero Batman, an atmospheric recreation of Gotham City and a full-scale Batmobile made entirely out of LEGO.
Running until the end of September, The Art Of The Brick is a great day out for LEGO lovers and comic book fans of all ages!
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