This scale model of Wrigley Field is part of my touring exhibit, Big Leagues Little Bricks, celebrating the beauty and lore of baseball as a part of Americana. The show is on display at the Louisville Slugger Museum now through September 2013.
The model is over 5 feet wide, contains 57,960 LEGO pieces, and took 649 hours to build.
The invisible man in attendance.
The fan with the worst seat.
A line of fat guys waiting for hot dogs.
Darth and the stormies head off for a pretzel.
And of course my little signature brick, buried in the loading dock.
WOW. My jaw has dropped. Another amazing baseball stadium, sean. If you could, I would appreciate it if you checked out a minifig scale wrigley field (still much smaller than your microscale field) that I built last year. Your yankee stadium is what initially inspired my passion for stadiums, so it is very nice to see your amazing rendition of a model I also built.
amazing and beautiful! I never built on that scale, inspiring, I like your jokes scattered troughout the piece, lol, of course , I m as thin as you lol, and the personnal brick signature is a nice touch, got to have myself one, looks fab! super work on this piece, bravo sean!