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Block by Block: Inventing Amazing Architecture

Posted by Swert , Jun 20 2013 · 250 views

"An exhibition of 10 landmark skyscrapers from around the world, each masterfully constructed with LEGO® toy building bricks by Dan Parker, LEGO® Certified Professional. From four to nine feet tall, the architectural wonders include One World Trade Center in New York, the Seattle Space Needle, Burj Khalifa in Dubai, and Taipei 101 in Taiwan. The exhibition also features a play area where visitors can create their own architectural marvels."

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This is what I've spent my entire time the past month and a half on. We do not have public photos of all the models just yet, but we do have one with a photo of a commemorative model that we are giving away 25 of on our social media page. The requirements involve having a photo of yourself in both the Space Needle observation deck and one of the Willis Tower skyboxes, plus 'liking' our page. (For more information on the model itself, contact me via my email, swertmastra (at) gmail.com)
 

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The event goes on starting from June 20th, 2013 til October 20th, 2013 at the Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach, FL. Price of admission is $12 for adults, $5 for Students (with valid photo ID) and free for children aged 12 and under. Thursdays are free admission through June, July and August.

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I went to the Norton to see this yesterday, actually. Pretty impressive.

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Avohkah Tamer
Jun 22 2013 01:15 AM

IT IS NOT THE WILLIS TOWER IT IS THE SEARS TOWER KDFJSLDFJKLJF

 

WILLIS IS A STUPID NAME FOR A TOWER

 

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