Commuters at Michigan Avenue and Randolph Street are enjoying a newly decorated bus shelter that appears to be made entirely of oversized LEGO bricks.
The new project, overseen by Chicago Scenic’s Project Director Gary Heitz, is a promotion for the Museum of Science & Industry’s new “Brick by Brick” exhibit that celebrates LEGO bricks and spotlights 13 of the world’s engineering marvels created from thousands of the tiny bricks.
In addition to the bus shelter above, there are three other shelters in the city that have side panels packed with the tiny LEGO bricks. The Museum encourages passersby to take a photo and guess how many LEGOS are inside. Winners get a free pass to the Museum and the LEGO exhibit.