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The best things start with the smallest brick, and then get bigger. Literally.


Little Big Art have broken multiple gallery records; created galleries in exhibition centres, castles and UNESCO World Heritage sites; had a two-year tour of the US; exhibited in the world-famous Saatchi Gallery; had an exhibition attended by Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen - the owner of The Lego Group; and even have their work proudly on display at LEGO headquarters and Warner Bros. office in London.


The first time I picked-up a LEGO® brick I knew good things were going to happen. Of course, back then I was just a child and good things equalled castles and dragons, but who doesn't love castles and dragons! Fast forward a couple of decades and throw in a mild addiction to pop art and a tenacious spirit to find the right brick, and Little Big Art was born.

  • "injecting a dose of lightheartedness into the everyday"

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  • "forward-thinking creative"

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  • "there's no denying the creativity."

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Little Big Art | pop art with a playful twist

Disrupting the art world by throwing loads of LEGO at it. Little Big Art takes iconography from the world famous toy company and turn it into fine art, or just art, you decide if it’s fine. Little Big Art have exhibited in the Saatchi Gallery, MOMA Wales, castles and UNESCO World Heritage sites, but can normally be found drinking coffee in a Cardiff café.

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