Today, Rockefeller Center switches on its towering holiday gift to New York: a 74-foot spruce draped with 30,000 lights and 5 miles of wire. But New York's tree is not actually the biggest or the brightest on the block.
I'm happy to see that my favorite Danish company keeps updating their Lego Architecture series. This is the Lego Rockefeller Center, a minimalistic reproduction of the magnificent 22-acre art deco building complex in Manhattan, designed by Raymond Hood..
Over the last year, artist Chris Burden and his assistants have been painstakingly constructing a gigantic 16,000 pound, 65 foot skyscraper using replicated stainless steel Erector set pieces. The work, entitled "What My Dad Gave Me" was inspired by the tall buildings in Manhattan-which is why the piece was carted…