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Sean Kenney's World of Bugs made with LEGO® bricks

World of Bugs is a brand-new exhibition from artist Sean Kenney that explores the amazing unseen world of insects and the environments they call home.

Featuring sculptures made from over 500,000 LEGO® bricks, World of Bugs is positively crawling with imagination, innovation, and entertainment! Sean’s enormous, gravity-defying, and astoundingly precise structures will immerse guests in an oversized insect world—inviting them to experience the everyday life of some of our world’s tiniest creatures. Whether fluttering and fast or slithering and slimy, World of Bugs takes visitors on a journey that explores bizarre bug behaviors and intricate insect structures through the lens of one of the world’s most popular toy building blocks. From the busy buzzing bee to the lovely ladybug—World of Bugs shows how even the smallest among us can make a big impact on our world.
Chock-full of STEAM content—and complete with a variety of interactives—World of Bugs is a powerful experience that invites you to think, play, and build like never before.

• Bugs play a vital and crucial role in the natural balance of the ecosystem.
• Over time, bugs have developed amazing adaptations to help and protect themselves.
• Imagination, innovation, and engineering are tools that anyone can use to make
something incredible.

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  • art & science ; nature ; ecology


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