Gatsuurt, a mining company based in Mongolia, commissioned this LEGO sculpture of their logo. It is a 3-dimensional sculptural interpretation of their 2-dimensional logo. It measures 30" x 30" x 15" and contains over 3,000 LEGO pieces.
It's always fun to translate a drawing into a sculpture, because you have to think about what the drawing represents and how you can treat it in three dimensions. What would the drawing look like backwards or upside down?
WOW, I don't have a SINGLE orange peice! I'm like you, yesterday, I though about my 'chosen' career, an electrical engineer, sure it would be fun, but all my life, I like building stuff, robots, lego, wood, metal, whatever, I really wish I could have the opportunity to be a certified builder like you. I've never liked the idea of 'growing up', and though mum and dad don't really like my lego ideas, I would have a ball, I can sit down for 6 hours straight designing a tiny peice and love the outcome, even if it isn't great, lately I've been learning new techniques and I think competitors should watch out for me, cause, while my lego is limited, my imagination is not. I also love stop animtaion, i recently mastered it, and have not got round to making a lego movie yet *(lego is an excellent subject).