Lego super heroes exhibition on display in London

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Image caption, The Flash is among the DC Comics characters in the exhibition at the South Bank

Ever wondered what Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman would look like rendered in nearly two million Lego bricks? Wonder no more.

Nathan Sawaya gave up his day job as a New York lawyer to become a Lego artist a few years ago.

Since then he has made a name for himself exhibiting his creations using children's building bricks.

His latest display in London features the characters of DC Comics.

Media caption, Watch: Art of the Brick
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Image caption, The exhibitors claim it is the world's largest collection of super hero-inspired Lego artwork
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Image caption, The artist aims to explore "transformation and reinvention, strength and weakness"
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Image caption, Nathan Sawaya told the BBC when his parents would not let him have a dog as child he built a life-size one from building bricks
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Image caption, The exhibit includes large-scale sculptures including Wonder Woman, The Joker and Harley Quinn
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The Art of the Brick: DC Super Heroes opens on Wednesday in a purpose-built tent on Upper Ground, South Bank.

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