7 Foot LEGO® Minifigure Installation Photo

Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture Museum Educator Cara Spink takes a selfie with a 7 foot LEGO® Minifigure, used as decor for Nature Connects: LEGO® Brick Sculptures, before installation at the museum, Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2015, in Spokane, Wash. The 7 foot LEGO® Minifigure was designed at the museum as generic characters, 3D printed at FMI-EPS, LCC, in Post Falls, ID, and then assembled by Exhibit Preparator John Richardson, once the parts were returned to the museum. (Young Kwak/Pacific Northwest Inlander)

Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture Museum Educator Cara Spink takes a selfie with a 7 foot LEGO® Minifigure, used as decor for Nature Connects: LEGO® Brick Sculptures, before installation at the museum, Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2015, in Spokane, Wash. The 7 foot LEGO® Minifigure was designed at the museum as generic characters, 3D printed at FMI-EPS, LCC, in Post Falls, ID, and then assembled by Exhibit Preparator John Richardson, once the parts were returned to the museum. (Young Kwak/Pacific Northwest Inlander)

Museum Educator Cara Spink takes a selfie with a 7 foot LEGO® Minifigure before it is installed on top of the museum’s building by  other staff at the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture in preparation for Nature Connects: LEGO® Brick Sculptures, an exhibit featuring sculptures made entirely of LEGO® pieces. The 7 foot LEGO® Minifigure was designed at the museum as generic characters, 3D printed at FMI-EPS, LCC, in Post Falls, ID, and then assembled by Exhibit Preparator John Richardson, once the parts were returned to the museum. To read more, go to http://www.inlander.com/spokane/larger-than-life/Content?oid=2609685.

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