Artist Nathan Sawaya, DC Comics and a whole lot of Lego blocks have teamed up to create a stunning new exhibition.

Sawaya, a lawyer turned Lego artiste, has created 120 original works of art for the exhibition, which has just made its worldwide premiere at Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum.

Hundreds of thousands of Lego bricks were used to create the works on display, making it the world’s largest collection of DC Comics-inspired Lego artwork (which is an awfully specific crown to claim, but a perfectly valid one nonetheless).

Created in partnership with DC and Warner Bros., The Art of the Brick: DC Comics will run at the Powerhouse Museum (500 Harris St, Ultimo) until 1 May 2016; tickets are on sale now at Ticketek (entry for children under four years old is free).

If you happen to be in Sydney over the Christmas break, it’s a must-see — especially if you’ve got a superhero fan in the family.

Click through the gallery above to see images from the newly opened exhibition!

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