April is peak tulip season in Holland, but this year, a city in northeast England is also in bloom: As Mashable reports, a public square in Kingston upon Hull—a metropolis in East Yorkshire, typically referred to as Hull—is now filled with daffodils made from yellow and orange LEGO bricks.
More than 1700 flowers, crafted from 146,400 plastic toy bricks, fill a section of Hull’s newly constructed King Edward Square. Bright Bricks—a UK-based LEGO building company that’s run by professional LEGO artist Duncan Titmarsh—built the blooms to celebrate an…
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