Beautiful Lego 2: Dark by Mike Doyle

Beautiful Lego 2: Dark

byMike Doyle

Hardcover | November 7, 2014

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Beautiful LEGO 2: Dark showcases dark LEGO master­pieces from artists around the world. From realistic sculptures of creepy crawlers to impressionist works of shadowy nightmares, this collection will leave you marveling at every turn. But dark has its lighter side, too—with sculptures of dark chocolate as well as plenty of black humor on display.

Gothic fantasies and sci-fi horrors come to life in scenes created entirely with the simple LEGO brick. Step into a world of pure imagination in Beautiful LEGO 2: Dark.

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Mike Doyle is an internationally acclaimed LEGO artist and known for his stunningly realistic, grand-scale designs. His award-winning Abandoned House series has been showcased at Gallery1988 in LA and Boston’s Museum of Realist Art. His largest piece to date is Contact I—a 6×6-foot masterwork built from more than 200,000 LEGO elements....
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Title:Beautiful Lego 2: DarkFormat:HardcoverDimensions:340 pages, 10.31 × 8.38 × 1.08 inPublished:November 7, 2014Publisher:No Starch PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1593275862

ISBN - 13:9781593275860

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"These LEGO masterpieces capture the fear and humor of the 'dark' side."
—Slate

"A collection of elaborate art displays from around the world."
—San Francisco Chronicle

"A feast for the senses."
—Wired