Zedd's New Art Installation at Home Has a Tiny Lego Club Inside: Watch
Zedd took home decorating to a whole new level thanks a brand new installation that turns Legos into high art.
The producer and DJ was eager to show off the latest addition to his house on Saturday (Jan. 5), and rushed over to a piece built into the walls of his home by artist Dante Dentoni to give his followers a closer look at the details of the elaborate work.
In love with this new art installation at my house by Dante Dentoni!!!! --— Zedd (@Zedd) January 5, 2019
He replaced a part of my wall with LEGOs and built in a bunch of little hidden rooms, including @OmniaLasVegas, an @PlayOverwatch room (Hanamura pt. 2), an alien abduction world and much more pic.twitter.com/8Juaz2qgN6
On the surface, it appears as if sections of Zedd's wall were taken over by the colorful, plastic toy bricks. He then looks inside the piece to reveal intricate tableaus. "Rooms" of the sculpture were inspired by wild concepts, including an alien abduction (complete with a little Lego man taking a selfie during said abduction) and a scene from the game Overwatch.
Parts of the piece directly throw to Zedd's life, too: one room is a tiny version of his house, and another is a little replica of Las Vegas nightclub Omnia, where Zedd has a residency.
This is certainly a home improvement, and adds super creative and thoughtful flair to Zedd's abode.