If you haven’t yet been down to the amazing Art Of The Brick: DC Comics exhibition at the PowerHouse Museum in Sydney, here’s your chance. Thanks to the PowerHouse, we’re giving away 5 double passes, valued at $52 each ($26 per ticket), to go see your favourite superheroes in Lego form.
Entering is simple: In the comments tell us the coolest thing you’ve made out of Lego in 200 words or less.
Keep it clean and be creative. If you’re a guest commenter, don’t forget to use your correct email address (which will remain hidden) so we can contact you if you win. Kotaku doesn’t share this info with third parties.
Entries close on Wednesday the 20th of January. Here are the full terms and conditions.
Gizmodo also has five double passes up for grabs. So for an extra shot at winning, head on over to Gizmodo and enter there as well.
Art Of The Brick: DC Comics is an offshoot of Lego artist Nathan Sawaya’s art exhibition, who created it as an homage to his favourite heroes.
It features statues and works on DC’s big three – Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman, as well as ones structured around themes, as well as galleries dedicated to specific themes. Spread across 10 galleries there are numerous statues, a 5 metre batmobile and even some abstract works.
There are only a couple of weeks left to see the exhibition, before it moves on to its next location on the 1st of May.
If you still aren’t convinced, Hayley Williams attended the launch and took some amazing photos you can check out.