PHOTOS: Lego art exhibit at the Louisville Slugger Museum

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The Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory is currently hosting an exhibit called Big Leagues, Little Bricks, in which Lego artist Sean Kenney built a bunch of baseball-related artwork and sculptures out of ... well, zillions of Legos. Here are portraits of three of baseball's biggest stars:

Lego Votto, Posey and Jeter

The portraits measure 30 inches tall by 25 inches wide, so that's an awful lot of detail from Lego blocks on a relatively small canvas. Kenney also created a Lego version of Wrigley Field:

The exhibit also includes other stadium replicas built by other Lego artists, including Yankee Stadium and Miller Park. There are also "sculptural figures of baseball in motion," meaning sculptures of players swinging bats, sliding into bases, making catches, stuff like that. You'll also find a 10-foot mosiac with the lyrics of Take Me Out to the Ball Game.

The Big Leagues, Little Bricks exhibit is on display through September. Kenney's website with more of his Lego art is right here.

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