Cubs Fan Creates Amazingly Detailed Model of Wrigley Field Using Lego
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Everyone's thinking it, so I'll say it first: very realistic number of fans in the stands there. Altogether amazing job!
I feel bad for the fans in the nosebleed section. They should be allowed to move closer to the field!
It's an early inning. They'll all move down after the 4th.
I LOVE THIS! Is there a Fenway out there somewhere?
A true baseball cathedral.
Kenney set up in his New York City studio and laid the first of 57,960 LEGO bricks that eventually created an uncanny replica of the Cubs' historic stadium. His Wrigley piece, as well as several other baseball-themed LEGO creations, is now on display at the "Big Leagues, Little Bricks" exhibit that will run through the summer at the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory in Louisville, Ky.
"This has been a blockbuster for us," Louisville Slugger Museum executive director Anne Jewell said. "There's no doubt that this has been by far our most popular exhibit, to the point that we're thinking about every five to six years doing a refreshed LEGO baseball art show. People are loving it. They're having so much fun in the gallery."
There's a Facebook page begging for licensed MLB stadium sets, too: