Sean Kenney’s Lucky 8 sculpture celebrates the Beijing Olympics

The 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China, started today, August 8, 2008 (8/8/08). To honor this auspicious day, Sean Kenney built this cool sculpture of the number 8 (with lots of other details):

Read more about this sculpture on Sean’s blog.

7 comments on “Sean Kenney’s Lucky 8 sculpture celebrates the Beijing Olympics

  1. yokomode01

    Yeah totally makes sense….
    – a blood red figure – to display (a well documented) history of Chinese governmental oppression, both of it’s own citizens and those of surrounding nations?
    – a white cloth (traditional color to represent death, in Chinese culture) – to soak the blood up with?
    Yay go China !!

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  3. yokomode01

    Why not? i would be interested to hear what you have to say.
    i have a particular dislike for all governmental regimes and their actions,
    wherever they exist geographically.
    My comments related directly to the Lego sculpture pictured in the article,
    i dont know why you even felt the need for your comment.

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