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Smart ForTwo
A 1:20 scale Smart ForTwo built with LEGO bricks
About this creation
This 1:20 scale Smart ForTwo is built in LEGOLAND's "miniland" scale, an update to an older design. Using only basic LEGO bricks (all of which stay "on the grid") this model illustrates how great curves and shapes can be made with just basic little rectangles.

Built in 2008, my model was featured on Smart's home page in 2011. (Scroll down to "Looks".)

Smart ForTwo built with LEGO bricks by artist Sean Kenney

LEGO Smart Car by artist Sean Kenney

Purchasing
Each of these sculptures is fully glued and has been signed by the artist. Only five have been produced, and this limited edition is now being offered for sale. One was on display at a New York City art and technology show in June 2009, and another at Changi International Airport, Singapore, Summery 2009. Contact Sean to purchase, $475.


LEGO Smart ForTwo by Sean Kenney

Smart Car built with LEGO bricks by Sean Kenney

Smart ForTwo Passion sculpture built with LEGO bricks by artist Sean Kenney

Smart ForTwo Pulse model built with LEGO bricks by artist Sean Kenney

Smart ForTwo Tridon built with LEGO bricks by artist Sean Kenney

Smart ForTwo Brabus car built with LEGO bricks by artist Sean Kenney

Smart ForTwo built with LEGO bricks by artist Sean Kenney



Comments

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  March 31, 2013
Great Looks Like The Real Thing
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  March 19, 2013
I've also built a Smart Fortwo, but my own is built with Technic pieces. Please tell me what you think about it: http://mocpages.com/moc.php/347348 Thanks!
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  August 23, 2012
Is there any chance any are left to buy?
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  February 11, 2012
Perfect rendition!
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  November 13, 2010
yep. the 08' smart looks better than the 03'. anyhow, i have a lego 1969 volkswagen beetle sedan, but it's on minifigure scale. check it out sometime.
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  January 15, 2010
Nice Job! Can you make a black Bruce Wayne style Lamborghini
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  October 5, 2009
awesome job sean just absalutely amazing!!!will you check out my moc's sometime
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  July 16, 2009
absolutely awesome work you do with those bricks! ive made a smart in a larger scale few years ago and i posted here in moc pages, tell me what you think about it, thanks.
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  June 24, 2009
Very well done, Sean. You gota' love jumper tiles!
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  May 16, 2009
sweet one of my favorite cars
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  January 20, 2009
really great!
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  December 24, 2008
This is great but when I see the real ones this strange want to crunch them with a tank comes over me...
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  December 20, 2008
DUDE im gonna make one and shove a v8 in it XD!!! GERMAN ENGINEERING IN ZE HOUSE!!!
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  July 24, 2008
This ones even smoother than your old smart, it's really cool!
 I made it 
  July 23, 2008
DJ: Yes, the gray pieces at the front of the windshield are jumper plates. The gray pieces in the back are just regular plates and tiles, turned sideways.
Sean Kenney
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Jeffery Smith
  July 22, 2008
The method you used to make the frame of the windsheild is genious.
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  July 22, 2008
sean kenney, look i dont wann get on your bad side but why do you delete my comments. this very nice!
 I made it 
  July 22, 2008
Ben - Believe it or not, there's actually a good bit of SNOT in the model... The fenders, the the entire front & back up to the license plates, and the gray "swish"s lower front and upper back. The trick with good SNOT (heh, good snot) :) is to get the bricks and plates to line up so that there's no seams. It can be tricky, but it just requires a little bit of basic "LEGO math" (5 plates sideways = 2 bricks) and a well-placed technic brick-with-pin or two. :)
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  July 22, 2008
These are perfect! I love to see a great SOT (studs on top :)) MOC every now and again. Do you do your own photography? If so, great job with the presentation of it all.
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  July 22, 2008
Absolute perfection. I'm genuinely amazed.
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  July 22, 2008
Incredible! Amazing shape, design, and use of bricks! Good luck selling them. C ya~ElNickre
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  July 22, 2008
thats friggen awsome! just to bad it's not minifig sized...
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  July 21, 2008
Woow, you only use only conventional pieces, excellent work.
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  July 21, 2008
Very cool, Sean. Nice job on the grey pattern work. Here's hoping you have good luck with the sale of them!
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  July 21, 2008
I would love to see how well one of these little things would hold up against a LandCruiser...
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  July 21, 2008
Dude, sweet cars! Unfortunately nobody would be feeling smart after getting squished by a Ford F-350...
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  July 21, 2008
Great technique with the jumper plates. It doesn't look easy to sculpt something so small and accurate.
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  July 21, 2008
This is cool!
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  July 21, 2008
wow. i had no idea this was lego when i first looked. ps: would you mind commenting on some of my new mocs? later. ~sho.
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  July 21, 2008
wow those look so accurate. if you have time could you please come see my cars!
 
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