The Royal Danish Embassy is displaying a minor LEGO exhibit by Deborah Higdon-Leblond to celebrate art and Danish culture by. This exhibit offers you a different perspective on this popular Danish toy.
The small LEGO Exhibit consists of a six small architectural LEGO creations made by Deborah Higdon-Leblond. This collection of buildings shows how LEGO bricks and imagination can be combined to create something impressive, intricate and beautiful.
The small exhibit is on display at the Royal Danish Embassy in Ottawa at 47 Clarence Street, Suite 450. It is free and open to the public between 10 am and 3 pm Mondays to Fridays.
Stephen Jobin of Chelsea, QC gave the correct answer "Billund" in the competition for a LEGO Ideas book published by DK Publishing and was drawn as the lucky winner.
The Embassy of Denmark would like to thank you all for participating and encourage you to stay tuned here on the site and on our Twitter @DenmarkinCanada for information about the next competition.
A special thanks to DK Publishing, who donated the prize for the competition.
Deborah Higdon-Leblond is a Canadian LEGO-artist and the creator behind the exhibit at the embassy.
The open-endedness, the creativity it inspires if you are encouraged enough to think outside the LEGO-box. There is no one, who can say you built it wrong, everything is wonderful and everything is from your head - you can go all kinds of places with it.
- Deborah Higdon-Leblond on the beauty of LEGO
Read the full interview here
The exhibit, August 2013 - Royal Danish Embassy in Ottawa, ON