Calling all DC Superhero fans, LEGO® enthusiasts, movie fanatics, and everybody in between; Art Of The Brick has returned to present to you it’s latest DC Super Heroes exhibition located in London’s South Bank Centre until the 10th September 2017. Entirely crafted from almost 2,000,000 LEGO® bricks, renowned LEGO® artist Nathan Sawaya has carefully constructed his interpretation of your favourite DC Super Heroes and villains like you’ve never seen them before!
As his second London-based show, Art of The Brick: DC Super Heroes follows on from Sawaya’s previous Art of The Brick exhibition in which he recreated some of the most globally iconic and well-known pieces of art – such as Michelangelo’s statue of ‘David’ and ‘Creation of Adam’ painting. Taking London by storm, the exhibition was met with an array of positive reviews for his slightly more traditional-based LEGO® recreations and DC Super Heroes has only followed suit; achieving a four star user-review from Time Out London.
Sawaya’s biggest LEGO® exhibition to date boasts a 90-minute experience that allows you to not only marvel at his outstanding creations, but to also get up, close and personal with a whole range of DC’s most-loved characters. Fans of the Joker can expect the perfect photo opportunity, as an empty armchair beckons you in to sit beside Batman’s grinning evil nemesis, whilst those on Batman’s team can feast their eyes on a life-size Batmobile. Not only this, he also pays homage to the original DC super hero Comics with recreations of the Original Action comics – where Superman made his first debut, and the unforgettable Batman: The Killing Joke. With such a huge range of spectacular pieces to get stuck into, this exhibition is definitely not to be missed!
So gather all of your friends and family to the Southbank Centre and submerse yourself within Nathan Sawaya’s world of LEGO®, super heroes and villains. Plus, who knows, you might just release the inner super hero within you!
Buy your last-chance tickets today, before the exhibition closes on the 10th September 2017, to avoid disappointment.
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