Today we visited The Brickman AWESOME exhibit @iccsyd . Once again an amazing exhibit , showcasing 38 never seen before LEGO models, which use a total of more than a whopping 1.5million LEGO bricks and more than 4,500 hours of build time. This is a must see exhibit these school holidays. The exhibit will be in Sydney until 4th February 2018, before moving onto other states within Australia. ———————————- #schoolholidays #schoolholidayfun #schoolholidayfuntimes #holidays #holiday #brickman #brickmanawesome #awesome #familytravelblogger #kidshavingfun #familyfun #familydayout #sydney #australia #visitnsw #explore #exploresydney #discoversydney #sydneyblogger #travelblogger #traveling #travel #lego #travellife #discovery #lifestyle #lifestyleblogger
LEGO fans are in for a spectacular treat at the new Brickman Awesome exhibit that features 1.5 million LEGO bricks in 38 stunning builds. These record-breaking masterpieces are designed by Australia’s LEGO king, Ryan McNaught, and the photos alone will blow you away.
McNaught is one of only 14 certified LEGO professionals in the world (yup, move over NBA star, there’s a new dream job in the universe). His new exhibit, Brickman Awesome, which opened in Sydney, Australia this week, is all about inspiring kids and grown-ups alike to see all the ways that they can be amazing and awesome. The exhibit itself is breaking records with the tallest LEGO model in the western hemisphere, a NASA SLS Rocket built with 450,000 LEGOs, and the only life-sized Harley Davidson motorcycle.
The exhibit also features many natural wonders, like an orca built like it’s leaping out of the water. The best part of the exhibit is that it’s also interactive. Visitors can build their own vehicles next to a giant Caterpillar dump truck. And they can help break a record by adding on to a gigantic LEGO snake set to be the largest ever built in Australia.
Of course, the only downside to this amazing exhibit is that it’s all the way across the globe for Americans. Here’s hoping the Brickman makes his way to the US soon.
What’s the most amazing LEGO build you’ve ever seen? Tell us in the comments below.