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Lego Terracotta Army: in Chalk

A LEGO terracotta army somehow got buried in Sarasota, Florida. It was excavated in November by Dutch street artist Leon Keer. Here's a couple 'making of' clips that explain the epic trompe l'œil. It's the latest part of the evolving mythos of mysterious giant Lego maker Ego Leonard. Check out how crazy it looks from any other angle!
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