The Art of the Brick
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Posted by David Schott (+18072) 6 years ago
My brother Don was in town this past weekend and we went to a number of museum/art exhibits. One of them was "The Art of the Brick" LEGO art exhibit by artist Nathan Sawaya. The exhibit is on display at the Pacific Science Center in Seattle May 28, 2016 thru September 11, 2016 (Pacific Science Center: "The Art of the Brick").

Here are some photos.

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Posted by ZZZzz (-554) 6 years ago
A few years back lego fired all executives in the US and never replaced them.This was done with no warning.A friend of mine`s husband was the #2 man for lego in the US.All top executives or all executives are in japan meaning the support nothing or no one here in the US.I will not patronize anything lego and discourage people from buying them as much as I can.This is how japan treats us.Automobile trade is all but impossible.
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Posted by Tim Miles (+474) 6 years ago
From Wikipedia, et al: Lego A/S, doing business as The Lego Group, is a family-owned company based in Billund, Denmark.

So, what part of Japan is this?
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+18118) 6 years ago
No Venetian blind controllers with Radio Shack robot arms?
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Posted by ZZZzz (-554) 6 years ago
The point is the lego company and how they treated employees in the US.This was many years ago and i believe lego was run out of japan at that time.It doesnt matter.If you want to support a company that treats its US employees like that then buy everything you can chinese too so more US workers lose their jobs.
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Posted by MilesCity.com Webmaster (+10020) 6 years ago
Reply to ZZZzz (#366834)
ZZZzz wrote:
A friend of mine`s husband was the #2 man for lego in the US.

I thought I heard about this before.

http://milescity.com/foru...766#283839

Apparently you are also SD, eh?
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6165) 6 years ago
I'm sure Zizzy doesn't buy anything from Walmart.
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Posted by ZZZzz (-554) 6 years ago
Wrote a lengthy reply Larry.So who blocked it from posting?
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Posted by MilesCity.com Webmaster (+10020) 6 years ago
Reply to ZZZzz (#366842)
ZZZzz wrote:
Wrote a lengthy reply Larry.So who blocked it from posting?

Not sure what you're talking about. Details or perhaps try again?
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+18118) 6 years ago
Aha! Zizzy is the silly wanker SD!

It's hard to keep track of all the crazies here.
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Posted by Steve M (+59) 6 years ago
Did ZZZzz's friend get fired in 2004?
http://www.dailymail.co.u...nding.html
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Posted by Bob Netherton III (+2773) 6 years ago
That's not all! SD's ex had sex with Bill Clinton!
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Posted by Amorette F. Allison (+1917) 6 years ago
Ignoring the zzz's comments about Lego (family owned in Denmark since it was formed 70 years ago)

If you have talent you can make art out of leather scrapes, a bent coat hanger and egg cartons.

If you are me, you can make a leather omelet you can hang anywhere. (Credit for that joke goes to my elder brother.)

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Posted by Jeri Dalbec (+3261) 6 years ago
I thought "Lego Land" at San Diego was amazing. This is wonderful.
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Posted by eve55 (+11) 5 years ago
This post was removed 5 years ago.
It was removed because it was SPAM.
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