After previous exhibitions of his work broke attendance records at the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, Lego master Nathan Sawaya is back in South Florida with his touring exhibit, The Art of the Brick.
At Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, through August 19, see 30 works by this former New York attorney turned Lego sculpturer.
He's most known for his plastic building brick recreations of famed landmarks from the New York Public Library lions to the United States Capitol.
He's even done a 77-inch tall "Red-Headed Man" that looks an awful lot like late night host Conan O'Brien and a life-size Tyrannosaurus Rex.
Sawaya told the New York Times he has more than 1.5 million Legos in his studio on Lexington Avenue and another few million in a storage outside the city, “just in case.”Click below for highlights from 'The Art of the Brick' on display at the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood: