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The Picasso of Legos


Nathan Sawaya left his life as a lawyer to make modern art out of toy blocks.



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A: All right, it’s time to meet our featured guest this morning. He's called the Picasso of Legos.  I say, more like a Norman Rockwelth of Legos coz' look how literal all these representations are. We are gonna have the fun now with Nathan Sawaya. He is here. He was a lawyer. He decided to get into art, sculpture, then moved to the wonderful land of Legos. He has joined us today. You have your book "The Art of the Brick" which is taking your walk all over the country. You have families flooding the museums (Exactly!) because you’re using Legos.

 

B: I’m using Lego. I’m using something that every child's played with. And yet I’m using it in a different way. I’m using it as fine art.

 

A: Absolutely, now a very interesting back story here. You’re a lawyer, (Sure) you are totally in a way just as I was. (Right) You are in the Wall Street world, (Exactly) and one day you think to yourself?

 

B: Lego. Lego is the answer. You know, I wanted to explore my creativity and that's what I do at the end of the day. After the law firm,  I come home and be creative. And soon I was making a whole career out of being creative, and I left the law firm behind. And now I have a whole museum exhibit, that's touring the US.

 

A: Say, now I get the artistic part. You know, you had something else , another appetite, another need of passion to feed. (Sure) Where does the Lego come in?

 

B: Well, I’d always been a kid who played with Lego growing up. I had been an art kid, and I played with Lego, so eventually I merged the two. I wanted to find a way I could use that passion of Lego and make it into an art.

 

A: Did you know you had the talent?

 

B: Well, I...

 

A: Coz' you know, this is not the playing with Lego, this is a real deal.

 

B: I had a Lego, a Lego CD growing up. My parents were very accommodating. They had given me this entire Lego city in our living room. So I used that as a starting point. And now I move those Legos into a whole new world.

 

A: Amazing. You tour around the country, how long will a work like the note?, which is...this is actually a female's face, right?

 

B: Yes, a female's face with a musical note on.

 

A: How long did you spend?

 

B: For depends on, you know, how inspired I am. And this piece exactly came off of a project where I was once saw a friend singing and really inspired me to really capture her singing in a Lego format, the music coming through her. So this took, you know, actually came off very quickly because I was just immediately inspired to creating this. 

 

A: Meaning what?

 

B: Couple of days.

A: Couple of days. (Couple of days.) And the results, tens of thousands of dollars this go for. (Exactly.) Certainly respected as are....You get hook-up with Lego, by the way? (Lego, er) Are you and Lego.. they are hooking you up coz' this is a studio...

 

B: I'd love to buy my bricks but we have a good relationship.(Really?) Yes, I do get the E-mails from Lego employees saying how they love my work, they are amazed that I can take their toy product and creat art.

 

A: So you have all of these different forms of men (Sure.), this room was very cleverly suggested as the White Castle as what happened when you eat White Castle. There were dozens of...

 

B: Nice. No, and not exactly. But these pieces are, you know, transition pieces, you see these people, these figures going through trasition met more offices if you will...

 

A: All individual pieces that you then glued together, (Exactly) from a little one to an angular one, making all round shapes out of lots of square pieces.

 

B: Exactly, that’s the magic of the Lego. These three pieces right here are actually at the Standford Museum right now as part of the tour. And some of these pieces behind this are actually gonna be part of a new tour that will be starting out this summer.

 

A: And how do you keep? You want the kids to come but you don't want them to do what I wanna do right now is just pull the head off this and start to make different pieces. How do you do that , you know, you just keep them away but you feel the temptation when you watch audiences coz' everybody wants to play with.

 

B: It is! It’s something that we've all played with. So they want to ,you know, go up and touch them , and feel them, and play with them just like.... But in a museum setting, there’s some .....

 

A: Some to call, (Exactly) all right, that's why they don't let me in. You know, Nathan made a great point, he said, you know, people don't have big pieces of marbles in their homes. But Legos everybodys have makes it approachable (Exactly.) takes this to a new dimension. (And you can relate to it) You have little ones for us here.

 

B: I did. I took some time and made some gifts for everyone.

 

A: And these are nice representations of what each of us means.

 

B: Exactly. Exactly. Robern, for you, basketball.

 

Oh~! The Lego basketball.

 

A: That's gorgeous. Thank you very much!

 

Dian, for you, tulips to celebrate Spring.

 

Oh, how lovely! Thank you!

 

Sam, you have the wonderful weather symbols you can use over and over again.

 

Now I have to steal the ones off the map that you made. (Exactly) Thank you!

 

And Chris, (that's nice!) Yes, you like that?

 

That's great!

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White Castle: the oldest American hamburger fast food restaurant chain. It is known for square burgers, sometimes referred to as "sliders" (officially spelled and trademarked as "Slyders")

 

Note: 本段结尾比较混乱 ,大家可不必浪费太多精力去过于理会。

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The Picasso of Legos

A: All right, it’s time to meet our future guest this morning to con Picasso of Legos, *** little representations have the fun now with *. so where he was a lawyer , he decided to get into art stopped then moved to the wonderful land of Legos. He enjoyed the city if you have the book and the art of the break which is taking your work all over the country, you have families flooding the museums because you’re using Legos.

B: I’m using lego. I’m using something that every child plays with. And I’m using it in the different way. I’m using it as a fine art.

A: Absolutely, there’s a very interesting that back story here. You’re a lawyer, you are telling the way justice desires. You walked the street, and one day you said to yourself.

B: Lego. Lego is the answer. I want to explore my creativity that I do it after the offer, I come home and be created. And soon I was making a whole created than I often behind. And now I have hold a museum exhibit, it’s touring the US.

A: So now I guess the art is part. You have something else , something need passion to fee. Where does the Lego come in?

B: Well, I’m always been a kid with Lego going out. I’ve been active, and I play with Lego, so eventually emerge to it. I want to find a way I can use it passion with Lego and make it into an art.

A: Did you know have it ?

B: Of course.

A: This is not the play.

B: A Lego should go out. Parents were common , gave very the Lego city in our living room, so use that as a starting point. I’ve moved these Legos into a whole world.

A: Amazing. You talk along work like the note which this is actually female face.

B: Female face with a musical note.

A: How long did you spend?

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A: Nearly what?

B: Couple days.

A: Couple days. And result’s tens of thousands of dollars this goes for.(Exactly.)Certainly respected as . You know Lego? By the way, and how can you

B: have good relationship.(Really?) Yes, I do give E-mails from toys and saying they love my work and they can make toy product , and creat art.

A: all of these different forms men, was very clever, suggested as white capsle.

B: Nice . going to transition to *.

A: All individual pieces of together making all round shapes out of lots of square pieces.

B: Exactly, that’s the magic of Legos. These three pieces right here actually stand for museum right now. It’s part of toy. Some of these pieces behind became a new toy.

A: And how you keep when the kids come. And you know what I wanna do just is pull ahead all these pieces. How do you do that , you know, you just keep them away but you feel the temptation when you watch all .

B: It’s something we all played with. So they want to ,you know, go up and touch them , feel them, and play them just like it. But in the museum setting, there’s some protests.

A: you have made the great point that people have pieces of marbles at homes. But Legos .(Exactly.) you have one for us here.

B: I did. I took sometime and made some gifts

A: Nice representations. And what you means.

B: Exactly.

A: Feel basketball? The Lego basketball. A wonderful weather simbles you can over and over again. Yes, you like it.

 

 

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I’m using legos. I’m using something that every child’s play wood. And yet the museum is in a different way. I’m using it as why-not.

 

Well, absolutely, now, very interesting back story here. You were a lawyer (Yes) you were totally away justice eye was, you were in the Wall Street and one day you think to yourself.

 

Lego, Lego is the answer. I wanted to explore my creativity and that’s why I do at the end of the day. After the law firm I come home and be creative. And soon, I was making a whole career. I have being creative and I left them often behind and now I have a whole museum exhibited, that’s touring the US.

 

So now I get the artist part. You know,You had something out. Another eppetite another immediate passion. Where dose the lego come in?/Well, I had always been a kid playing with lego growing up. I’ve been an art kid and I’ve played with lego. So, eventually I merged the two. I wanted to find a way that I could use that passion of lego and make it into arts.

 

Did you know you have a talent? /Well, I, you know, this is not playing with. I had a lego, a lego city grow up, my parents are very commentating, they have given me the entire lego city in the living room. So I used that as a starting point and now I have moved those legos into a homely world.

 

Amazing. You turing around the country. How long will a work like ‘the note’. Which is, this is actually a female’s face.

 

It’s in female’s face of with a musical mode. /How long did you spend?

 

Well, it depends on how inspired I am. This piece exactly came of a project work I was one soft singing, really inspired me to really capture her singing. In a lego format, the music coming through her. So, this took, you know, actually came out very quickly, you know, I was just immediate inspired creating this./Meaning what?

 

Couple days. /Couple days. /Couple days. /And it draws tens of thousands of dollars this girl for. (Exactly) Certainly respected as, you gonna hook up with lego? Nathan, they are hooking you up?

 

I was still by my breast. But I have a good relationship. (Really?) Yes, I do get e-mails, frome lego employees saying how they love my work that may I made take their toy product to create arts.

 

So, you have all these different forms of man.(Sure). Was very cleverly suggested as the right castle. What happened with your white castle?

 

Nice, well, not exactly. But, these pieces are, you know, transition pieces you see these people these figures going to transaction matter more pieces you will.

 

Individual piece that you put together. (Exactly)   Making all around shapes out of lots of square pieces.

 

Exactly that’s the magic of the lego. Here 3 pieces right here actually at the Stanford Museum right now as part of the tour. And some of these pieces behind them is actually going to be part of a now tool that will started this summer.

 

How do you keep, you want the kids to come but you know what I wanna do it, you wanno do it. Pull the head off these and start to make it a pizza. How do you do that? You know, you just keep them away. But you feel the temptation when you watch audiences? Do you want to play with?

 

Yes, it’s something that we want play with. So they want to, e, you know, grow up and tough them and play with them, it’s like. But in the museum setting there, there is some precaution.

 

You know Nathan made a great point, he said, you know, people don’t want to have this piece of model in their homes but lego is everybody have and take a approach of all.

 

Exactly. And you can relate to it./Do you have a little on here for us?

 

It takes some time and made some gifts for everyone. How are you do, one./And this night’s representations of what each of us means.(Exactly). /Robbin. Hi, Nathan. Are you a basketball player?/Really, I  could…/Gorgers. Thank you very much. /For you. The celebrate spring./Oh, how lovely. Thank you./Sam you, I have a wonderful weather symbol. You can use over and over again./Now I have to steal the one of the map that you made. Thank you./It’s nice. Yeah, you like that?...

 

 

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The Picasso of Legos

A: All right, it’s time to meet our future guest this morning, it's called the Picasso of Legos,  Legos, look how literal these representations are, we are gonna have the fun now with *. so where he was a lawyer , he decided to get into art, sculture then moved to the wonderful land of Legos. He joined us today, you have your book,  the art of the break which is taking your work all over the country, you have families flooding the museums because you’re using Legos.

 

B: I’m using lego. I’m using something that every child played with. And I’m using it in a  different way. I’m using it as a fine art.

 

A: Absolutely, there’s a very interesting that back story here. You’re a lawyer, you are tolling the way just desires were. You walked the street, and one day you said to yourself.

B: Lego. Lego is the answer. I want to explore my creativity that what I do at the end of the day after the law firm  I come home and be creative. And soon I was making a whole career out of being creative then I left the law firm behind. And now I have hold a museum exhibit, it’s touring the US.

 

A: So now I get the artist part. You have something else , another appetite, another need, passion for. Where does the Lego come in?

B: Well, I’m always been a kid with Lego growing up. I’ve been an act kid, and I played with Lego, so eventually I merged the two. I want to find a way I could use that  passion of Lego and make it into arts.

A: Did you know have the talent

B: Of course.

A: This is not the playing with Lego, this is real deal.

B: A Lego should go out. my parents are very acommendating, they have given me this the entire Lego city in our living room, so I use that as a starting point. And I’ve moved those Legos into a whole new world.

A: Amazing. You touring around the country, how long will a work like the note, which is actually female's face. 

B: Female's face with a musical note.

A: How long were you spend?

B: For the pence of , how *. It exactly came of a project where was once saw a friend singing and really inspired me to recapture her singing in the Lego format the music came through her. So this , you know, actually came up very quickly because I was just immediately inspired to creating this. 

A: Nearly what?

B: Couple of days.

A: Couple of days. And result’s tens of thousands of dollars this goes for.(Exactly.)Certainly respected as . You hooked up with Lego? By the way, and how can you

B: have good relationship.(Really?) Yes, I do give E-mails from toys and saying they love my work and they can make toy product , and creat art.

A: all of these different forms men, was very cleverly suggested as the white capsle.

B: Nice . going to transition pieces, you see these figures going through trasition

A: All individual pieces of together making all round shapes out of lots of square pieces.

B: Exactly, that’s the magic of Lego. These three pieces right here actually stand for museum right now. as part of the tour. Some of these pieces behind this, are actually gonna be part of a new tour that will be starting out this summer.

A: And how you keep when the kids come. And you know what I wanna do just is pull head off this and starts to make different pieces. How do you do that , you know, you just keep them away but you feel the temptation when you watch audience, everybody wants to play with.

 

 

B: It’s something that we all played with. So they want to ,you know, go up and touch them , feel them, and play them just like it. But in a museum setting, there’s some protests.

A: you have made the great point that people don't big pieces of marbles at homes. But Legos everybody have makes it approachable(Exactly.) it takes you to a new dimension. you have little ones for us here.

B: I did. I took some time and made some gifts for everyone

A: Nice representations. And what you means.

B: Exactly.

A: Feel basketball? The Lego basketball. A wonderful weather symbols you can over and over again. Yes, you like it.

 

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N:I'm using lego, I'm using something that every child played with. And you are amusing it in a different way, amusing it as\\.
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N:Lego, lego was the answer, I wanted to explore my creativity. That's what I do at the end of the day. After the lawfirm, I come home and be creative, and soon I was making a whole career. I was being creative then I left the lawfirm behind, and now I have a whole musuem exhibit that 's toying the US.
H:So now, I get the artist part. You know, you had something else, not apetite, not other need of passion to feed. Where does the lego come in?
N:Well, I'd always been a kid who played with lego going up. I've been an art kid and I played with lego, so eventually I emerged the tube. I wanted to find a way I could use that passion of lego and make it into art.
H:Did you know you have the talent? (Well) Cause you know, this is not playing with lego, this is the real deal.
N:I had a lego, a lego \\ going up. My parents are very com\\ that they gave me this entire lego city in our living room. So, use that as a starting point, and now as move those legos into a \\ role.
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N:Female's face with a music note.
H:How long would you spend?
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H:Meaning what?
N:Couple of days.
H:Couple of days.
N:Couple of days.
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N:Cause this still buy my b\\, but we have a good relationship.
H:Really?
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H:So you have all of these different forms of men.  This was  very cleverly suggested as the White Castles. What happens with you, with your White Castle..
N:Nice, no, not exactly. This pieces are, you know, transition pieces. You see this people, this figures going through transition metamorphisis if you were there.
H:All individual pieces you \\ together from the little \\ angle one, making all-round shapes out of lots of square pieces.
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H:And how do you keep one \\ to come. But you know, want them do what I wanna do right now is just put the head off of .., How did  you do that? You know, you just keep them away, but you feel the temptation when you watch audiences, anybody wants to play with it.
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N:Exactly.
H:Robin,
H1:Hey,Nathan.
N:For your basketball career.
H1:Oh,\\that's gorgeous, thank you very much. how lovely. Celebrate springs.
N:Weather symbols, you can use it over and over again.
H2:Now I have to feel the ones of the map that you made.
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The Picasso of Legos

A: All right, it’s time to meet our fiture guest this morning, it's called the Picasso of Legos,  it's more like a normal rock wealth Legos, cos' look how literal these representations are, we are gonna have the fun now with N. S. He is here with a lawyer, he decided to get into art, sculpture then move to the wonderful land of Legos. He joined us today, you have your book,  the art of the brick which is taking your work all over the country, you have families flooding the museums because you’re using Legos.

 

B: I’m using lego. I’m using something that every child's played with. And yet I’m using it in a  different way. I’m using it as a fine art.

 

A: Absolutely, there’s a very interesting that back story here. You’re a lawyer, you are totaling a way just as the desire was. You are in the wall street world, and one day you think to yourself?

B: Lego. Lego is the answer. I want to explore my creativity that's what I do at the end of the day after the law firm  I come home and be creative. And soon I was making a whole career out of being creative then I left the law firm behind. And now I have a whole museum exhibit, that's touring the US.

 

A: See now I get the artistic part. You had something else , another appetite, another need of passion to feed. Where does the Lego come in?

B: Well, I’d always been a kid with Lego growing up. I’ve been an art kid, and I played with Lego, so eventually I merged the two. I want to find a way I could use that  passion of Lego and make it into an art.

A: Did you know you have the talent

B: Of course.

A: This is not the playing with Lego, this is a real deal.

B: A Lego should be growing up. My parents are very acommendating, they have given me this the entire Lego city in our living room, so I used that as a starting point. And I’ve moved those Legos into a whole new world.

A: Amazing. You touring around the country, how long will a work like V note, which is...this is actually a female's face. 

B: Female's face with a musical note.

A: How long were you spend?

B: For depends on how you are inspired by dynamic. This piece exactly came of a project where was... once saw a friend singing and really inspired me to capture her singing in the Lego format, the music coming through her. So this , you know, actually came up very quickly because I was just immediately inspired to creating this. 

A: Meaning what?

B: Couple of days.

A: Couple of days. And result’s tens of thousands of dollars these go for.(Exactly.)Certainly respected as a.... You could hook up with Lego? By the way, and the nomality they are hooking you up cos' this...

B: I still buy my bricks but we have a good relationship.(Really?) Yes, I do get E-mails from Lego employees saying they love my work and are amazed that I can take their toy product , and creat art.

A: all of these different forms of men(Sure.), was very cleverly suggested as the white castle as what happened when you rewrite white castle.

B: Nice. No, not exactly. But these pieces are, you know, transition pieces, you see these people, these figures going through trasition met more offices if you...

A: All individual pieces that you then glewed together, little one the angle, making all round shapes out of lots of square pieces.

B: Exactly, that’s the magic of Lego. These three pieces right here actually stand for museum right now. as part of the tour. Some of these pieces behind this, are actually gonna be part of a new tour that will be starting out this summer.

A: And how you keep when the kids to come, you don't want them to do what I wanna do right now is just to pull the head off this and start to make different pieces. How do you do that , you know, you just keep them away but you feel the temptation when you watch audiences, everybody wants to play with.

 

 

B: It’s something that we all played with. So they want to ,you know, go up and touch them , and feel them, and play them just like it. But in a museum setting, there’s some pro...

A: ...I guess they didn't let me in. You know you have formatted a great point that, you know, people don't have big pieces of marbles in their homes. But Legos everybody have makes it approachable(Exactly.) it takes this to a new dimension. you have little ones for us here.

B: I did. I took some time and made some gifts for everyone

A: These are nice representations of what each of us means.

B: Exactly.

A: Feel basketball? The Lego basketball. (That's gorgeous)A wonderful weather symbols you can over and over again. Yes, you like it.

 

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The Picasso of Legos

A: All right, it’s time to meet our future guest this morning, it's called the Picasso of Legos,  Does it seem like a normal... /look how literal these representations are, we are gonna have the fun now with Nason Sauvia.He is here a lawyer , he decided to get into art, sculture then moved to the wonderful land of Legos. He joins us today, you have your book,  the art of the brick which is taking your work all over the country, you have families flooding the museums because you’re using Legos.

 

B: I’m using lego. I’m using something that every child played with. And I’m using it in a  different way. I’m using it as a fine art.

 

A: Absolutely, there’s a very interesting back story here. You’re a lawyer, you are tolling the way just desires were. You walked the street, and one day you think to yourself.

B: Lego. Lego was the answer. I want to explore my creativity that what I do at the end of the day after the law firm  I come home and be creative. And soon I was making a whole career out of being creative then I left the law firm behind. And now I have hold a museum exhibit, it’s touring in the US.

 

A: So now I get the artist part. You have something else , another appetite, another need, passion to feed. Where does the Lego come in?

B: Well, I’m always been a kid with Lego growing up. I’ve been an act kid, and I played with Lego, so eventually I merged the two. I want to find a way I could use that  passion of Lego and make it into arts.

A: Did you know you have the talent

B: Of course.

A: This is not the playing with Lego, this is real deal.

B: I had a Lego,a Lego cd growing up. my parents are very acommendating, they have given me this the entire Lego cd in a living room, so I use that as a starting point. / Now i move those Legos into a whole new world.

A: Amazing. You tour around the country, how long will a work like the note, which this is actually female's face. 

B: Female's face with a musical note.

A: How long would you spend?

B: Well,it depends on you how it's expired diameter,the spirit exactly came off the project where i was once saw a friend singing and really inspired me to really capture her singing in a Lego format the music came through her. So this , you know, actually came up very quickly because I was just immediately inspired to creating this. 

A: Immediately what?

B: Couple of days.

A: Couple of days. And results / tens of thousands of dollars these goes for.(Exactly.)Certainly respected as art. You've got hooked up with Lego? By the way, and how can you

B:Lego,i still buy my breakfast,but we have a good relationship.(Really?) Yes, I do get E-mails from Lego's employees,/ saying how they love my work,they mail so i can take their toy products , and create art.

A: Say,have all of these different forms of man,this form, was very cleverly suggested as the white castles,it's what happened to you a white castle?

B: Nice,no, it's not exactly,but these pieces are er..you know,transition pieces, you cd's people be figured going through transition,many of offices see if you will..

A: All individual pieces of together making all round shapes out of lots of square pieces.

B: Exactly, that’s the magic of Lego. These three pieces right here actually stand for museum right now. as part of the tour. Some of these pieces behind this, are actually gonna be part of a new tour that will be starting out this summer.

A: And how you keep when the kids come. And you know what I wanna do just is pull head off this and starts to make different pieces. How do you do that , you know, you just keep them away but you feel the temptation when you watch audience, everybody wants to play with.

 

 

B: It’s something that we all played with. So they want to ,you know, go up and touch them , feel them, and play them just like it. But in a museum setting, there’s some protests.

A: you have made the great point that people don't big pieces of marbles at homes. But Legos everybody have makes it approachable(Exactly.) it takes you to a new dimension. you have little ones for us here.

B: I did. I took some time and made some gifts for everyone

A: Nice representations. And what you means.

B: Exactly.

A: Feel basketball? The Lego basketball. A wonderful weather symbols you can over and over again. Yes, you like it.

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A: All right, it’s time to meet our future guest this morning, it's called the Picasso of Legos, it seems like a normal rock-wealth Legos, look how literal all representations are, we are gonna have the fun now with Nason Sauvia. here was a lawyer , he decided to get into arts, sculture then moved to the wonderful land of Legos. He joined us today, you have your book,  the art of the brick which is taking your work all over the country, you have families flooding the museums because you’re using Legos.

 

B: I’m using lego. I’m using something that every child played with. And yet I’m using it in a  different way. I’m using it as a fine art.

 

A: Absolutely, now a very interesting / back story here. You’re a lawyer, you are totaling the way just as desire was. You are in the wall street world, and one day you think to yourself.

B: Lego. Lego is the answer. I wanted to explore my creativity that what I do at the end of the day after the law firm  I come home and be creative. And soon I was making a whole career out of being creative then I left the law firm behind. And now I have  a whole museum exhibit, it’s touring the US.

 

A: So now I get the artist part. You have something else , another appetite, another need, passion to feed. Where does the Lego come in?

B: Well, I’m always been a kid with Lego growing up. I’ve been an art kid, and I played with Lego, so eventually I merged the two. I wanted to find a way I could use that  passion of Lego and make it into arts.

A: Did you know have the talent

B: Of course.

A: This is not the playing with Lego, this is a real deal.

B: A Lego should be growing up. my parents are very acommendating, they have given me this the entire Lego city in our living room, so I use that as a starting point. And I’ve moved those Legos into a whole new world.

A: Amazing. You touring around the country, how long will a work like the note, which, this is actually a female's face. 

B: Female's face with a musical note.

A: How long would you spend?

B: well it depends on how inspired i am. It exactly came of a project where i was, once saw a friend singing and really inspired me to really capture her singing in the Lego format, the music coming through her. So this , you know, actually came up very quickly because I was just immediately inspired to creating this. 

A: Nearly what?

B: Couple of days.

A: Couple of days. And results tens of thousands of dollars these go for.(Exactly.)Certainly respected as . You hooked up with Lego? By the way, and how can you

B: have good relationship.(Really?) Yes, I do give E-mails from toys and saying how they love my work and they can make so i can take their toy product , and creat art.

A: so u have all of these different forms of men, was very cleverly suggested as the white castle.

B: Nice . u know these pieces are transition pieces, you see these people, these figures going through transition, many more offices as u will

A: All individual pieces that u then glued together together making all round shapes out of lots of square pieces.

B: Exactly, that’s the magic of Lego. These three pieces right here actually have a stand for museum right now. as part of the tour. Some of these pieces behind this, are actually gonna be part of a new tour that will be starting out this summer.

A: And how you keep u want the kids to come. And you know what I wanna do just is pull the head off this and starts to make different pieces. How do you do that , you know, you just keep them away but you feel the temptation when you watch audience, everybody wants to play with.

 

 

B: It’s something that we all played with. So they want to ,you know, go up and touch them , feel them, and play with them just like it. But in a museum setting, there’s some protests.

A: some deform you have made the great point that people don't have big pieces of marbles at homes. But Legos everybody have makes it approachable(Exactly.) it takes you to a new dimension. you have little ones for us here.

B: I did. I took some time and made some gifts for everyone. nice doing

A: and these are Nice representations. And what each of us means.

B: Exactly.

A: Feel basketball? The Lego basketball. A wonderful weather symbols you can use over and over again. Yes, you like it.

 

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◎All right. It’s time to meet our featured guest this morning. It’s a common Picasso-Lego. It similarly looks like a Norman Rock Well Lego. Just look out, little all these representations we’ve got a fun with Nathan. He is here with a lawyer and he decides to get an art, a sculpture then move to the wonderful land of legos. You joy us today have a book which is taking your work all over the country. You have family flooding with the museum (Exactly) you’re using legos.

 

☆I’m using legos. I’m using something, every child play woods and I’m using in a different way and I’m using it as a fine art.

 

◎Absolutely, now, very interesting back story here. You’re a lawyer and you’re totally away, just desire world in the Wall Street road and One day you think to yourself

 

☆Lego, lego is the answer. (Laughing background) I wanna…wanna to explore my creativity, that’s what I do at the end of the day, after lawyer firm I came home and be creative. And soon I was making a whole career after creative and I left the lawyer firm behind. And Now, I have a whole museum exhibitor that’s towards the US(读得太快了,瞎猜)…

 

◎Say now, I got the artistic parts, you know, you have something other else another appetite, another passion to feed. Where does the lego come in?

 

☆Well, I’ve always been a kid with lego growing up. I’ve been an art kid and I played with lego, so eventually I merger two. I finally find out a way to use passion with lego and make it into an art.

 

◎Did you know you have the town? Because you know this is not plan with lego…

 

☆I had a lego…a lego city growing up. My parents are very accommodating and they set an entire lego city in a living room. So, I use that as a start point…and now I’m moving these legos into a whole new world.

 

◎Amazing. You tell around your country and how long will a work like the note which this is like a female face, right?

 

☆It’s a female face with a musical note.

 

◎How long will you spend?

 

☆For…depends on how it’s hard I am. This piece exactly came from a project work I was…Ah…once a friend’s singing. Really inspire me to really capture her singing in a lego format with music coming through her. So, this took actually…you know… came up very quickly because I was just immediately inspired to create…

 

◎Immediate what?

☆Couple days.

◎Couple days, couple days and results tens of thousands of dollars those go for (Exactly) certainly respected as a…you got a whole couple of lego by the way? They’re hooking you up……

 

☆I still buy my bricks and we’ve a good relationship.(Really) I do get the emails from lego employees saying how they love my works and amaze them to take them toy products and creative arts.

 

◎See, we’ve all difference of men with a very cleverly suggested that a white castle…what happens to his white castle.

 

☆Nice, but it’s not exactly these pieces are, you know, transition pieces, you see these people … the figures going through transition modifing your office if you will

 

◎All individual pieces *** together, making around all shapes out of lots of square pieces

 

☆Exactly, that’s the magic of the lego. These 3 pieces right here actually stand at Stanford Museum right now as a part of tour and some of the east pieces behind us actually are gonna to be a new tour had been started for the summer.

 

◎And how do you keep one kid come … you know, what he wants to do is what I want to do right now is just to put the head off these pieces. How do you do that? You know, you just keep them away, but you feel the temptation when you’re watching audiences.

 

☆It is…It’s something that we bow to play with……So they want to go up and touch them, feel them and play with them just like…but in the museum setting there’s some Picasso (还有个没听明白)

 

◎You know, Nathan made a great point. He set a … you know…People don’t have to piece these marbles at home but lego is everybody’s *** makes it approachable, takes it to due new natural. You have a little one for us here (I did that.)

 

☆I took some time and make some gifts for everyone. How are you doing?

 

◎And these are some nice presentations for what each of us means.

 

☆Exactly, Ruben (Hi, Nathan) for your basketball player…a lego basketball (No, no…/that’s gorgeous, thank you), those are for you to celebrate spring (How lovely! Thank you!), those are wonderful weather symbols that you can use over and over again (Now, I have to steal ones of the map to wade. Thank you!) Nice. You like that?

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A: All right, it’s time to meet our future guest this morning, it's called the Picasso of Legos, it seems like a normal rock-wealth Legos, look how literal all representations are, we are gonna have the fun now with Nason Sauvia. here he was a lawyer , he decided to get into arts, sculture then moved to the wonderful land of Legos. He joined us today, you have your book,  the art of the brick which is taking your work all over the country, you have families flooding the museums because you’re using Legos.

B: I’m using lego. I’m using something that every child played with. And yet I’m using it in a different way. I’m using it as a fine art.

A: Absolutely, now a very interesting  back story here. You’re a lawyer, you are totaling the way just as desire was. You are in the wall street world, and one day you think to yourself.

 

B: Lego. Lego is the answer. I wanted to explore my creativity that what I do at the end of the day after the law firm  I come home and be creative. And soon I was making a whole career out of being creative then I left the law firm behind. And now I have  a whole museum exhibit, it’s touring the US.

A: So now I get the artist part. You have something else , another appetite, another need, passion to feed. Where does the Lego come in?

 

B: Well, I’m always been a kid with Lego growing up. I’ve been an art kid, and I played with Lego, so eventually I merged the two. I wanted to find a way I could use that  passion of Lego and make it into arts.

 

A: Did you know have the talent

 

B: Of course.

 

A: This is not the playing with Lego, this is a real deal.

 

B: A Lego should be growing up. my parents are very acommendating, they have given me this the entire Lego city in our living room, so I use that as a starting point. And I’ve moved those Legos into a whole new world.

A: Amazing. You touring around the country, how long will a work like the note, which, this is actually a female's face.

B: Female's face with a musical note.

A: How long would you spend?

B: well it depends on how inspired i am. It exactly came of a project where i was, once saw a friend singing and really inspired me to really capture her singing in the Lego format, the music coming through her. So this , you know, actually came up very quickly because I was just immediately inspired to creating this.

A: Nearly what?

 

B: Couple days.

 

A: Couple days. And results tens of thousands of dollars these go for.(Exactly.)Certainly respected as . You hooked up with Lego? By the way, and how can you

 

B: I still buy myself ,but we have good relationship.(Really?) Yes, I do give E-mails from toys and saying how they love my work and they are amazd that i can take their toy product , and creat art.

A: so you have all of these different forms of men, was very cleverly suggested as the white castle. What happens to the white castle。。。  

 

B: Nice . No, not exactly. But these pieces are,you know ,these pieces are transition pieces, you see these people, these figures going through transition, many more offices as you’re there…

 

A: All individual pieces that you then glued together making all round shapes out of lots of square pieces.

 

B: Exactly, that’s the magic of Lego. These three pieces right here actually have a stand for museum right now. as part of the tour. Some of these pieces behind this, are actually gonna be part of a new tour that will be starting out this summer.

 

A: And how you keep u want the kids to come. And you know what I wanna do just is pull the head off this and starts to make different pieces. How do you do that , you know, you just keep them away but you feel the temptation when you watch audience, everybody wants to play with.

 

B: It’s something that we all played with. So they want to ,you know, go up and touch them , feel them, and play with them just like it. But in a museum setting, there’s some protests.

 

A: some deform you have made the great point that people don't have big pieces of marbles at homes. But Legos everybody have makes it approachable (Exactly.) it takes you to a new dimension. you have little ones for us here.

 

B: I did. I took some time and made some gifts for everyone. How are you doing

 

A: and these are Nice representations. And what each of us means.

 

B: Exactly.

 

A: Feel basketball? The Lego basketball. A wonderful weather symbols you can use over and over again. Yes, you like it.

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A: All right, it’s time to meet our future guest this morning. It's called the Picasso of Legos. It's more like a normal rock wealth Legos, cos' look how literal these representations are, we are gonna have the fun now with Nathan Sawaya. He is here with a lawyer, he decided to get into art, sculpture then move to the wonderful land of Legos. He joined us today, you have your book, the art of the brick which is taking your work all over the country you have families flooding the museums because you’re using Legos.

B: I’m using lego. I’m using something that every child played with. And yet I’m using it in a different way. I’m using it as a fine art.

 

A: Absolutely, there’s a very interesting that back story here. You’re a lawyer you are totaling a way just as the desire was. You are in the Wall Street world, and one day you think to yourself?

B: Lego. Lego is the answer. I want to explore my creativity that's what I do at the end of the day after the law firm I come home and be creative. And soon I was making a whole career out of being creative then I left the law firm behind. And now I have a whole museum exhibit, that's touring the US.

 

A: See now I get the artistic part. You had something else, another appetite, and another need of passion to feed. Where does the Lego come in?

B: Well, I’d always been a kid with Lego growing up. I’ve been an art kid, and I played with Lego, so eventually I merged the two. I want to find a way I could use that passion of Lego and make it into an art.

 

A: Did you know you have the talent

B: Of course.

 

A: This is not the playing with Lego, this is a real deal.

B: A Lego should be growing up. My parents are very accommodating. They have given me the entire Lego city in our living room, so I used that as a starting point. And I’ve moved those Legos into a whole new world.

 

A: Amazing. You’re touring around the country. How long will a work like V note? Which is...this is actually a female's face.

B: Female's face with a musical note.

 

A: How long do you spend?

B: For depends on how you are inspired by dynamic. This piece exactly came of a project where I was... once saw a friend singing and really inspired me to capture her singing in the Lego format, the music coming through her. So this you know actually came up very quickly because I was just immediately inspired to creating this. 

A: Meaning what?

B: Couple of days.

 

A: Couple of days. And result’s tens of thousands of dollars these go for.(Exactly.)Certainly respected as a.... You could hook up with Lego? By the way, and the normality they are hooking you up, cos' this...

B: I still buy my bricks but we have a good relationship.(Really?) Yes, I do get E-mails from Lego employees saying they love my work and are amazed that I can take their toy product and creative art.

 

A: All of these different forms of men (Sure.), was very cleverly suggested as the white castle as what happened when you rewrite white castle.

B: Nice. No, not exactly. But these pieces are, you know, transition pieces, you see these people, these figures going through transition met more offices if you...

 

A: All individual pieces that you then glued together, little one the angle making all round shapes out of lots of square pieces.

B: Exactly, that’s the magic of Lego. These three pieces right here actually stand for museum right now as part of the tour. Some of these pieces behind this are actually gonna be part of a new tour that will be starting out this summer.

 

A: And how you keep when the kids to come, you don't want them to do what I wanna do right now is just to pull the head off this and start to make different pieces. How do you do that, you know, you just keep them away but you feel the temptation when you watch audiences, everybody wants to play with.

B: It’s something that we all played with. So they want to, you know, go up and touch them, and feel them, and play them just like it. But in a museum setting, there’s some Picasso...

 

A: ...I guess they didn't let me in. You know you have formatted a great point that, you know, people don't have big pieces of marbles in their homes. But Legos, everybody has to make it approachable. (Exactly.) It takes this to a new dimension. You have little ones for us here.

B: I did. I took some time and made some gifts for everyone.

 

A: These are nice representations of what each of us means.

B: Exactly.

A: Feel basketball? The Lego basketball. (That's gorgeous)A wonderful weather symbols you can over and over again. Yes, you like it.

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A: All right, it’s time to meet our featured guest this morning. It's called the Picasso of Legos. It's more like a normal rock wealth Legos, cos' look how literal these representations are, we are gonna have the fun now with Nathan Sawaya. He is here, was a lawyer, he decided to get into art, sculpture then move to the wonderful land of Legos. He joined us today, you have your book, the art of the brick which is taking your work all over the country you have families flooding to the museums because you’re using Legos.

 

B: I’m using lego. I’m using something that every child played with. And yet I’m using it in a different way. I’m using it as a fine art.

 

 

A: Absolutely, / very interesting / back story here. You’re a lawyer you are totaling a way just as I was. You are in the Wall Street world, and one day you think to yourself?

 

B: Lego. Lego is the answer. I want to explore my creativity that's what I do at the end of the day after the law firm I come home and be creative. And soon I was making a whole career out of being creative then I left the law firm behind. And now I have a whole museum exhibit, that's touring the US.

 

 

 

A: See now I get the artistic part. You know, you had something else, another appetite, and another need of passion to feed. Where does the Lego come in?

 

B: Well, I’d always been a kid who played with Lego growing up. I’ve been an art kid, and I played with Lego, so eventually I merged the two. I wanted to find a way I could use that passion of Lego and make it into / art.

 

  

A: Did you know you have the talent

 

B: Well, I,,,,,

  

 

A: This is not the playing with Lego, this is a real deal.

 

B: I had a Lego city (when) growing up. My parents are very accommodating. They have given me the entire Lego city in our living room, so I used that as a starting point. And I’ve moved those Legos into a whole new world.

 

 

A: Amazing. You’re touring around the country. How long will a work like The Note which is...this is actually a female's face.

 

B: Female's face with a musical note.

 

 

 

A: How long do you spend?

 

B: For depends on how you are inspired by dynamic. This piece exactly came of a project where I was... once saw a friend singing and really inspired me to capture her singing in the Lego format, the music coming through her. So this you know actually came up very quickly because I was just immediately inspired to creating this.

 

A: Meaning what?

 

B: Couple of days.

  

 

A: Couple of days. And the result’s tens of thousands of dollars these go for.(Exactly.)Certainly respected as a.... You could hook up with Lego? By the way, and the normality they are hooking you up, cos' this...

 

B: I still buy my bricks but we have a good relationship.(Really?) Yes, I do get E-mails from Lego employees saying how they love my work and are amazed that I can take their toy product and creative art.

 

 

 

A: So you have all of these different forms of men (Sure.), this one was very cleverly suggested as the white castle as what happened when you read white castle.

 

B: Nice. No, not exactly. But these pieces are, you know, transition pieces, you see these people, these figures going through transition met more offices if you...

 

  

A: All individual pieces that you then glued together, from the little one the angle making all round shapes out of lots of square pieces.

 

B: Exactly, that’s the magic of Lego. These three pieces right here actually stand for museum right now as part of the tour. Some of these pieces behind this are actually gonna be part of a new tour that will be starting at this summer.

 

 

 

A: And how you keep when the kids to come, you don't want them to do what I wanna do right now is just to pull the head off this and start to make different pieces. How do you do that, you know, you just keep them away but you feel the temptation when you watch audiences, everybody wants to play with.

 

B: It’s something that we all played with. So they want to, you know, go up and touch them, and feel them, and play them just like it. But in a museum setting, there’s some Picasso... 

  

A: ...I guess they didn't let me in. You know you have formatted a great point that, you know, people don't have big pieces of marbles in their homes. But Legos, everybody has to make it approachable. (Exactly.) It takes this to a new dimension. You have little ones for us here.

 

B: I did. I took some time and made some gifts for everyone.

 

 

A: These are nice representations of what each of us means.

 

B: Exactly.

 

A: Roben, feel the basketball career? The Lego basketball. (That's gorgeous)Diana, for you, too little to celebrate spring. Oh, how lovely Thank you. A wonderful weather symbols you can over and over again. Now I have to steal the one off the map that you made. Thank you, impressive. Yes, you like it.

 

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A: All right, it’s time to meet our featured guest this morning. It's called the Picasso of Legos. It's more like a normal rock wealth Legos, cos' look how literal these representations are, we are gonna have the fun now with Nathan Sawaya. He is here, he was a lawyer, he decided to get into art, sculpture then move to the wonderful land of Legos. He joined us today, you have your book, the art of the brick which is taking your work all over the country you have families flooding to the museums because you’re using Legos.

 

B: I’m using lego. I’m using something that every child played with. And yet I’m using it in a different way. I’m using it as  fine art.

 

 

A: Absolutely, / very interesting / back story here. You’re a lawyer you are totaling a way just as I was. You are in the Wall Street world, and one day you think to yourself?

 

B: Lego. Lego is the answer. I want to explore my creativity that's what I do at the end of the day after the law firm I come home and be creative. And soon I was making a whole career out of being creative then I left the law firm behind. And now I have a whole museum exhibit, that's touring the US.

 

 

 

A: See now I get the artist part. You know, you had something else, another appetite, and another need of passion to feed. Where does the Lego come in?

 

B: Well, I’d always been a kid who played with Lego growing up. I’ve been an art kid, and I played with Lego, so eventually I merged the two. I wanted to find a way I could use that passion of Lego and make it into / art.

 

 

A: Did you know you have the talent?

 

B: Well, I,,,,,

 

 

A: This is not the playing with Lego, this is a real deal.

 

B: I had a Lego city (when) growing up. My parents are very accommodating. They have given me the entire Lego city in our living room, so I used that as a starting point. And I’ve moved those Legos into a whole new world.

 

 

A: Amazing. You’re touring around the country. How long will a work like The Note which is...this is actually a female's face.

 

B: Female's face with a musical note.

 

 

 

A: How long do you spend?

 

B: For depends on how you are inspired by dynamic. This piece exactly came of a project where I was... once saw a friend singing and really inspired me to really capture her singing in the Lego format, the music coming through her. So this you know actually came up very quickly because I was just immediately inspired to creating this.

 

A: Meaning what?

 

B: Couple of days.

 

 

A: Couple of days. And the result’s tens of thousands of dollars these go for.(Exactly.)Certainly respected as a.... You could hook up with Lego? By the way, and the normality they are hooking you up, cos' this...

 

B: I still buy my bricks but we have a good relationship.(Really?) Yes, I do get E-mails from Lego employees saying how they love my work and are amazed that I can take their toy product and creative art.

 

 

 

A: So you have all of these different forms of men (Sure.), this one was very cleverly suggested as the white castle as what happened when you read white castle.

 

B: Nice. No, not exactly. But these pieces are, you know, transition pieces, you see these people, these figures going through transition met more offices if you...

 

 

A: All individual pieces that you then glued together, from the little one the angle making all round shapes out of lots of square pieces.

 

B: Exactly, that’s the magic of Lego. These three pieces right here actually at the Standford museum right now as part of the tour. Some of these pieces behind this are actually gonna be part of a new tour that will be starting at this summer.

 

 

 

A: And how you keep when the kids to come, you don't want them to do what I wanna do right now is just to pull the head off this and start to make different pieces. How do you do that, you know, you just keep them away but you feel the temptation when you watch audiences, everybody wants to play with.

 

B: It’s something that we all played with. So they want to, you know, go up and touch them, and feel them, and play them just like it. But in a museum setting, there’s some Picasso...

 

A: ...I guess they didn't let me in. You know you have formatted a great point that, you know, people don't have big pieces of marbles in their homes. But Legos, everybody has to make it approachable. (Exactly.) It takes this to a new dimension. You have little ones for us here.

 

B: I did. I took some time and made some gifts for everyone.

 

 

A: These are nice representations of what each of us means.

 

B: Exactly.

 

A: Roben, feel the basketball career? The Lego basketball. (That's gorgeous)Diana, for you, too little to celebrate spring. Oh, how lovely Thank you. A wonderful weather symbols you can over and over again. Now I have to steal the ones off the map that you made. Thank you, impressive. Yes, you like it.

 

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