A Look at LEGO Creations By Nathan Sawaya. Prepare to Be Amazed!

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Nathan Sawaya is not a stranger to us at ForeverGeek. Over the years, we have taken a look at his work and shared some of the best with you.

Just in case you need to refresh your memory or you have not really encountered him before, Nathan Sawaya is a renowned artist based in New York. His material of choice? LEGO!

Nathan has garnered attention from all over the world, not only because of his material of choice, but also because his creations are life-sized, even larger than life. He works as a freelance artist, and he accepts commissions from private individuals. So, if you have always wanted something huge made out of LEGO, he just might be the man for the job!

Anyhow, I found myself browsing his gallery again, and I thought it would be cool to showcase some of his work.

Star Wars LEGO

Death Star LEGO
Death Star

Liberty Jedi LEGO
Liberty Jedi

The Death Star model is certainly impressive, but I think the expression on the Liberty Jedi’s face is even more so. Wouldn’t you want those two creations in your living room?

Game Controllers

Anyone fancy a game or two? Xbox or PlayStation, it doesn’t matter. Nathan’s got you covered!

PS Controller
PS Controller

Xbox Controller
Xbox Controller

Mobile Phones

Nathan Sawaya has made his own iPhone and Blackberry. I think a Samsung Note II in LEGO would be interesting.

Blackberry LEGO
Blackberry

iPhone
iPhone

Random Cool Stuff

Nathan has a lot of pieces, but here are three that I really like.

Mr. Bones
Mr. Bones

Melting Man
Melting Man

Crowd
Crowd

Want more? Check out Nathan’s gallery.

Oh, and he’s currently holding exhibits in different parts of the world. Here’s a list of shows/exhibits.

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