World leaders are urged to end tiger trade at the unveiling of the world’s largest tiger photo mosaic.
Tiger mosiac – zoomed in detail
A two-storey-high photo mosaic of a tiger, created from personal photos of nearly 25,000 tiger lovers worldwide, was unveiled in The Hague, Netherlands on 7 June, to urge world leaders to end all trade in tigers. Individuals from more than 140 countries contributed their pictures.
Read more about the “End the Tiger Trade” campaign here. You can still submit your photo to become part of the massive tiger mosaic and call for an end to the tiger trade.
From Buxley’s LEGO page:
In the Spring of 2001, I created a large mosaic of one of my favorite paintings, Van Gogh’s Starry Night. The mosaic is made completely out of LEGO bricks and measures 45″ (144 studs) wide by 36″ (116 studs) tall. It took several months and approximately ten thousand bricks to complete.
LEGO rocks! If I ever become a parent I will no doubt expand my old collection.
Also check the original painting at The Museum of Modern Art’s Starry Night web page and David Brooks’ excellent Vincent van Gogh Gallery if you’re interested in Van Gogh’s work.