The All-LEGO Umbrella is on Display at the Columbus Museum of Art

 - Dec 6, 2012
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This all-LEGO umbrella might bring back memories of your creations being shattered by the smallest bump, but don't worry, it's as sturdy as you could ask for.

LEGO's long been a classic toy for children across the world, and it seems as the children from 20 years ago grow up, they continually find new ways to incorporate LEGO into everyday items. LEGO seems to be a lasting cultural staple that has few limitations. There have also been LEGO lamps and now, a LEGO umbrella that actually works to keep you dry.

However, before you get your hopes up, this isn't actually a product you can buy. The all-LEGO umbrella is the creation of Nathan Sawaya, who also created a life-size LEGO statue of Conan O'Brien (of all people). The Columbus Museum of Art is currently displaying his pieces as part of the Think Outside the Brick show.