A 200,000 piece LEGO Masterwork by Mike Doyle
Mike Doyle is a graphic designer, artist, husband and father. He loves art, Lego and playing European board games (Euro games). Mike has been practicing graphic design in NYC for 18 years. He also has created art for around 15 European Board Games.
About 2 years ago, Mike began working with Lego as an alternative art medium. The Lego art began with his series, ‘abandoned homes’, which gained attention and was featured in Huffington Post.com as well as foxnews.com. This series has shown at Gallery 1988 Melrose and is included in the inaugural collection of the Museum of Realism, Boston (to open in 2014).
Mike Doyle is a proud graduate of Art Center College of Design, Pasadena and has been practicing graphic and packaging design for 18 years.
The Contact Series
The Contact Series of LEGO built creations was designed to promote the beauty of all intelligent life forms as extensions of our family – children under the same creative force.
The Millennial Celebration of the Eternal Choir at K’al Yne, Odan
The series begins with Odan – one of the New Worlds. Like Earth, their civilization is young – under two hundred thousand years old. Unlike Earth, their species evolved from mammals that did not have inter species killing. The concept of war and murder remained unknown to this race as a result of these early evolutionary behaviors. This allowed for the quick advancement along cultural and spiritual tracks.
Odan is made up of 200 pieces and reaches impressive size. It’s six feet wide! It took over 600 hours to build.