Lego chose the Australian outback as the perfect spot to celebrate its 50th anniversary in Australia. OVERNIGHT, Lego “planted” 16 triangular-shaped pine trees and 15 bunches of flowers that are 66 times bigger than the real pieces.
Lego set up the celebratory installation at Broken Hill in the Living Desert State Park. Needless to say, many of the locals were surprised when they awoke to four-foot-high trees and colorful flora made out of metal and fibreboard.
The installation is said to be making other stops throughout the rest of the year but for now it is situated in Broken Hill until July 12th.
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