Giant Lego Man
October 27, 2011 by staff
Giant Lego Man, It may be time for us to realize that we’re just not in charge anymore. In a sign of what may be yet to come, a man six feet tall, 100 pounds of fiberglass Lego stranded on the coast of Siesta Key Beach in Florida yesterday.
Cryptically, man giant yellow fiberglass had the simple (and grammatically incorrect) “NO REAL THAN YOU ARE” printed on the chest. Error? Intentional vagueness? Translational blunder? Hidden message? Who can say?
As expected, the media immediately began speculating about the origin of this unexpected visitor. The Legoland theme park, which recently opened a park in Orlando, denied any involvement with the company spokesman said he wanted the company had thought of a trick.
The media then turned his attention to a message written on the back of the Lego man said: “I Leonard,” which is supposedly an anonymous Dutch artist (who Banksy). Assuming that the theory is correct, he did “Ego Leonard” send the giant Lego man on a quest through various oceans to make some kind of artistic expression? If so, how a lot of fiberglass do it all the way to Florida without being noticed by anyone, crushed by boats, or eaten by sharks?
Surely someone would have seen this mysterious artist toy mass transit to any port that was released, right?
Despite the questions and curiosities raised by the theory of “art experiment ‘, nobody heard it for the first time a” giant Lego man “seems to have been through their arrival at the beach in Florida. Misterioso, no?
Maybe there is something more. Perhaps the arrival of the Lego man has less to do with an art project and more to do with our own end times.
Perhaps we are nothing more than insensitive Lego people, manipulated by supervisors and drivers that govern our daily activities. Perhaps the giant Lego Man is a metaphor for our own oppression.
Or if you prefer a little less depressing reason, maybe the Lego man is supposed to spark further our revolt against the oppressors. Perhaps it is supposed to serve as a rallying cry, the intention of raising our collective spirit to action, maybe we’re supposed to use their influence to gain the depths of our own ocean to fight the fallacies of our existence today. Maybe, just maybe, this giant Lego man is our future.
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