Joey Syta Lites Up a Famous 15th-Century Tapestry

By: Michael Hines - Published: Jan 23, 2010 • References: joeysyta & gizmodo
If you are going to do some artwork, why not do some Lite-Brite artwork? Joey Syta decided to do just that. He took it a step further, however, and recreated a famous 15th century tapestry, "The Lady and the Unicorn."

Syta used 55,000 pegs and 36 peg boards to recreate this medieval artwork. It took him a whopping two years to finish his Lite-Brite artwork and the results look amazing. Check out the gallery or follow the yellow link road below to visit Joey Syta’s website. Stats for Lite-Brite Artwork Trending: Older & Chilly
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