The ‘Art of The Brick Immersive Experience’ has impressed 10 million fans worldwide at shows, and now the ATL gets the chance to be stunned by sculptures made from millions of tiny LEGO® pieces by former NYC lawyer turned renowned contemporary Artist Nathan Sawaya.
Tickets have just been released to the public, and since it has been so successful around the world, they tend to sell out quickly, so snag your spot now!
If you loved building with LEGO® pieces as a child, you would love the details of these stunning sculptures! Mother’s Day is coming up, and we can’t think of a better experience to share with your mom than the ‘Art of the Brick Immersive’ exhibit, especially if she nurtured your love of building with these nostalgic toys during your childhood!
The global premier of this exhibition in Atlanta will be a bit different than others, as it will be the first one ever with a digital element! There will be the classic side featuring traditional sculptures and another area with immersive rooms, allowing guests to experience these iconic works of art with video mapping, 360-degree projections, and incredible moving installations.
What we love most about this exhibit is the range of sculptures. You’ll find everything, including human figures, landscapes, toys, games, everyday items turned into extraordinary art like shoes and an umbrella, and even famous paintings that turn iconic brushstrokes into LEGO® masterpieces.
Some incredible highlights you won’t want to miss include the humanity space, showcasing Sawaya’s most iconic human figures. The skulls room will be an out-of-this-world area with mirrors covering the walls and floors with 250 LEGO® skulls moving thanks to motors, accompanied by a 7-minute light show.
Of course, one of Sawaya’s most famous works will be on display in Atlanta, albeit a much larger version than ever showcased before at around 6.5 feet. Yellow is a bright lemon-hued sculpture that shows an up-close torso of a man who rips open his chest to reveal countless LEGO® bricks pouring out of it. Guests will enjoy different shades of yellow reflected onto the walls in this space.
The artist said in a press release, “Yellow always draws a lot of attention from adults as well as children. Why? I think we grown-ups appreciate how cathartic ‘opening oneself up to the world’ can be for our souls. And the kids? Probably because yellow guts spilling onto the floor looks cool. For me, this piece is about the metamorphosis I have been through on my journeys.”This exhibit has stunned 10 million viewers worldwide, from Boston to Brussels—don’t miss out when it comes to Atlanta next week!
Other standouts at the Atlanta exhibit will be “Rainbow,” which celebrates humanity, the 25-foot ‘Swimmer,’ the ‘Pinching Hand,’ and ‘Park Bench Person’ in eye-popping yellow.
The ‘Art of The Brick Immersive Experience’ has already received excellent reviews from reporters, including Cathy Cobbs from Rough Draft Newspaper, who shared, “The exhibit exceeded all my expectations, as I know it has for many.” It has also received many five-star reviews from attendees who have experienced it so far in Atlanta!
Jane K. – “All the members of our group loved it!”
Enrique P. – “It was amazing. I didn’t expect to be moved by the LEGO® artwork, but I was. I thought I would be impressed, which I was, but I didn’t expect some of the work to be so emotive.”
Milla M.– “This was a wonderful exhibit!!!!!”
Grab your tickets to the ‘Art of The Brick Immersive Experience’ in Atlanta, and get ready to marvel at this legendary work by an artist who has broken the mold!