A LEGO lovers dream is arriving in London next year, inspired by much loved super heroes and villains including Batman and Wonder Woman.
The exhibition, created by artist Nathan Sawaya alongside DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. will be the largest in the world, featuring over two million LEGO bricks.
More than 120 works of art will be displayed in an exclusive area on London’s South Bank on March 1 2017, with LEGO enthusiasts being treated to a life sized, 5.5 metre Batmobile, built from half a million LEGO pieces and real scale versions of some of your favourite Super Heroes.
The exhibition explores the themes of good vs. evil and the strengths and weaknesses present in DC Super Heroes mythology.
Artist, Sawaya, takes exhibition visitors on an 80 year journey through the history of DC Super Heroes and Super Villains.
“Just like Superman, we all have our own story" says Sawaya.
"This art collection is based on the elements of the journey of a super hero, including the moment in which we are all called to the adventure.
“I can’t wait to return to London with The Art of the Brick: DC Super Heroes following the warmth of the welcome The Art of the Brick received in 2014.”
Sawaya became the first artist ever to use LEGO in the art world with his 2014 exhibition, The Art of the Brick, which was seen by millions of people across the world.
The artist's latest creation has stemmed from his own love of LEGO and Super Heroes: “As a kid I spent Saturday mornings sitting on the floor playing with LEGO and watching the DC Super Friends cartoons.
"I would imagine the people in my LEGO city would have super powers and could defeat any evil nemesis - which usually meant my sister’s dolls.
"So this new collection of artwork is a dream come true for me. It is an honour to re-imagine these seminal characters and stories in a new way, through my medium of choice.”
But LEGO fans be aware, tickets are already on sale, so make sure you grab one before they are all gone.
Tickets cost £16.50 for adults and are slightly cheaper for under 16s. You can purchase them from Ticketmaster here.
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