Evil lurks in beauty

When I first saw this on The Living Brick, I thought it was another masterpiece by Mark Kelso. This diorama is actually by Jörg Kempe (Sculpture on Brickshelf), who hid a secret laboratory behind the beautiful scenery.

LEGO waterfall

Anyone know who “Sculpture” is?

7 comments on “Evil lurks in beauty

  1. Ochre Jelly

    Actually compared to Kelso’s “Apocalypsis” I guess everything is going to look like the work of a plaigeristic imbecile! I think I shall have to do an exposé on that series – it was truly epic.

  2. Andrew Post author

    ^ Thanks! Searching for “LEGO Sculpture” didn’t really help me find Jörg.

    This, of course, illustrates the importance of picking a unique user name, and not something that is a common term. ;-)

  3. Creative Anarchy

    The exterior on this is impressive enough but nothing we don’t see here or there on a less impressive scale. Still there’s a lot of cool details in it. I’m really tickled by the interior though. It just gets me in my Old James Bond movie fanboy place. If Bricks and time were no obstacle I’d love to see Jorg’s companion piece that shows the over elaborate control room and doomsday device.

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