The Art of the Brick London

Published: 18 May 2024
The Art of the Brick in London is a LEGO art exhibit by artist Nathan Sawaya. It features over 100 sculptures, including the artist’s original sculptures and re-imagined masterpieces like Michelangelo’s David and Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, as well as a 20-foot Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton. The exhibition toured 24 countries before arriving in London. More than a million LEGO bricks were used to create it.
Outside of the Art of the Brick exhibition
Outside of the Art of the Brick exhibition

The exhibition is hosted at The Boiler House, a former warehouse with a rich history, located on Brick Lane . This unique venue, combined with the vibrant surroundings of Brick Lane , offers a perfect setting for a day of exploration and discovery.

The Art of the Brick exhibition is held at the Boiler House on Brick Lane
The Art of the Brick exhibition is held at the Boiler House on Brick Lane

We had a chance to visit the exhibition and see the LEGO masterpieces ourselves, and we recommend you reserve an hour to enjoy all the artwork. Here are some of our favourites.

Exhibit: Queen and Pawn
Queen and Pawn, brick count 4560
Exhibit: Yellow
"Yellow" consists of 11014 bricks
Exhibit: Skulls
Skulls consists of 12444 pieces
A re-imagined masterpiece: The Scream
A re-imagined masterpiece: The Scream
Andy Warhol
Andy Warhol
Dinosaur Skeleton is the biggest sculpture in the exhibition
Dinosaur Skeleton is the biggest sculpture in the exhibition with 80020 bricks

The exhibition is designed with everyone in mind, from the youngest LEGO enthusiasts to those with mobility needs. It features a play area and a gift shop, ensuring a memorable visit. Tickets start at £15.90 for adults and £11.90 for children. For more details and tickets, visit the exhibition website or purchase tickets directly from Fever. The tickets have an entry time for a specific time slot to ensure enough space for everyone.