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This LEGO sculpture of the Nintendo DSi was on display at the Nintendo World Store at Rockefeller Center in New York City for 6 months ...
Building instructions included below! ... I absolutely adore all of Pixar's movies. I am utterly fascinated by everything that they do, and th...
After three years, this giant model is finally complete. This post is an update to last year's preview.
Live at Sean's LEGO studio, with Good Day New York
Yesterday Jill Nicolini and Good Day New York came to my New York City art studio to see what I'm w...
Empire State Building (1998)
Over 5 feet tall, this was my first LEGO skyscraper ever. It was not very accurate or detailed, but it was a great cente...
This model of Times Square is over 5 feet wide, 4 feet tall, and contains over 20,000 LEGO pieces. It took about 300 hours to build...
Big LEGO bricks built out of little ones. These fully-playable LEGO bricks are 1000 times the size of normal ones.
This 7.25 foot (2.2 meter) tall scale model of The Eiffel Tower contains 67,470 LEGO pieces, and took two months to design and build. Y...
The World Trade Center (1999)
My Lego WTC was built before the terrorist attacks. It was 5.5 feet tall, and contained over 12,500 pieces. It was acc...
Yankee Stadium preview (2008)
Rebuilding the house that Ruth built ... September 21, 2008 marks the closing of Yankee Stadium, an 85-year-old pi...
Come visit! These sculptures are on display at The Philadelphia Zoo from April 10, 2010 to October 31, 2010. Visitor information. ...
8 foot Monarch butterfly
Come visit! This sculpture is part of Nature Connects, my award-winning, record-breaking exhibit of LEGO sculptures, curre...
LEGO Homer is 4 feet tall and contains about 10,000 LEGO elements. He has an open hand that functions as a real cup holder. Two Homers were b...
John Hancock Center, Chicago
This model of the John Hancock Center in Chicago is about 5.5 feet (1.65m) tall and contains nearly 13,000 LEGO pieces. ...
New York Stock Exchange building
The New York Stock Exchange commissioned me to build a 3-foot-tall sculpture of their famous building on Wall Str...
RED LIGHT : Biking Rules PSA
This 30-second commercial is a public service announcement made for BikingRules.org, a non-profit organization that promo...
House in the Hamptons
I was recently commissioned to create a model of this mansion in the Hamptons, which will be presented to the owners as a gift a...
This scale model of Wrigley Field is part of my touring exhibit, Big Leagues Little Bricks, celebrating the beauty and lore of baseball ...
Come visit! This sculpture is part of Nature Connects, my award-winning, record-breaking exhibit of LEGO sculptures, currently touring the U.S...
Come visit! This sculpture and 26 others are touring the U.S. now through 2014. Over 25 larger-than-life sculptures created with nearly...
Come visit! This sculpture and 26 others are touring the U.S. now through 2014. Over 25 larger-than-life sculptures created with nearly h...
Sculpture of a Mazda2 built with LEGO bricks. (Not to be confused with the Mazda3 that I built a year prior.) 20" x 9" x 9" ...
Nintendo DSi (minis)
In conjunction with the giant Nintendo DSi display commissioned by Nintendo of America, I also created and displayed smaller lif...
This portrait of Barack Obama was created in the style of artist Shepard Fairey's iconic "Hope" portrait but was made in the likeness ...
Old stone house
I was recently commissioned to build a replica of this personal residence located in Pennsylvania. The owners were moving away...
International Hotel and Tower
This model of the Tower in Chicago is 10 feet tall and contains 65,000 LEGO pieces. That's right... It's 10 feet tall!...
The city of "Bricktropolis", at FAO Schwarz
Sean helped build FAO Schwarz's giant LEGO city display, built with nearly 45,000 pieces. The push-button...
A documentary about Sean Kenney
New York Wave 30 minute documentary by NHK/Japan Original air date: 10-January 2010 -- Channel BS1. (Japanese with...
The Marks family was renovating their Manhattan loft and wanted something special for their son's bedroom. Being that their son was a compl...
Floating Google logo
Google and LEGO have a fun and special history... The Google company founders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, are both avid lo...
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