To the Legomobile, Robin!
From Newsweek: “Together with Marvel, [DC Comics] account for about 70% of the American comic book market. And they are also one of the oldest, with the company’s roots dating back to 1934—at the dawn of the so-called Golden Age of comics.
Since then, the cast of characters has grown and the medium of their stories has changed: away from the pages of comic books and onto the screens of cinemas. This evolution has allowed DC Comic’s superheroes and supervillains to become even more popular in the 21st century.
Yet there are other ways of interacting with these heroes and villains. American artist Nathan Sawaya’s captivates crowds around the world with his life-size sculptures of DC Comics’ most famous characters, building them with Lego bricks. His latest exhibition features over 100 sculptures, with some taking as long as two or three weeks to make. Besides patience, they require a lot of Lego. His recreation of the Batmobile is 18 feet long and uses around half a million bricks.” Read the whole article here.