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PacSci-Doku: “Creative Art”

By Dennis Schatz – Senior Advisor

Are you looking for the “Saving The Salmon” edition?

Do you Sudoku? It’s one of the hottest number games around! Well, here’s a twist we think you’ll love. We call it PacSci-Doku. Can you guess why? Here’s how it works. Instead of filling in the blanks with numbers, we use letters. Hidden in one of the columns or rows is the answer to a science question. You’ll find information about the answer on the answer tab below.

The question in this edition is:

What is an unusual medium for producing a copy of the Mona Lisa and a life-size T.rex?

To find the answer, complete this PacSci-Doku using the following nine letters:

I  O  E  G  K  C  L  R  B

PacSci-Doku: "Creative Art"

Puzzle Difficulty: Easy

The Answer

PacSci-Doku: "Creative Art"

The question in this edition is:

What is an unusual medium for producing a copy of the Mona Lisa and a life-size T.rex?

The answer: LEGO Brick

Nathan Sawaya’s art includes many well know art masterpieces, like Van Gogh’s Starry Night and Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa. His art also includes the iconic sculpture of a 20-foot-long T.rex dinosaur. But what it doesn’t include is traditional art media like acrylics and clay. His art material of choice is the LEGO Brick. The Art of the Brick, declared one of CNN’s Top Ten “Global Must-See Exhibitions, is now on display at Pacific Science Center. Learn more about this innovative and enthralling exhibit.