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A Million and One Pieces on Display in LA


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#1 Offline Hapori Tohu

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Posted Mar 27 2014 - 12:03 PM

No, there's not literally just over a million bricks - "A Million and One Pieces," is the name of an exhibit by up-and-coming LEGO artist David Tracy at the Forest Lawn Museum outside of Los Angeles, CA, LA Weekly reports. The display showcases several of his works, from lamps to coffee tables to globes to human heads. The article is an interesting read, especially since it discusses the sometimes-volatile secondary market for our favorite ABS bricks. As we're all aware, the bricks aren't always cheap!

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