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White Hand of Saruman Mosaic

LEGO White Hand of Saruman Mosaic

“We are the servants of Saruman the Wise, the White Hand: the Hand that gives us man’s-flesh to eat.”

This is a LEGO built mosaic of The White Hand of Saruman from The Lord of the Rings. I wanted to go for a studs-out build on the hand to get a feel of a tattered banner.
21 ¼” x 31 ¼

Celebrating the inspiration of J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings, The White Tree of Gondor, The White Horse of Rohan and The White Hand of Saruman represent three books, three movies, and three areas of Middle-earth. These mosiacs were created especially for a gallery event put on by TheOneRing.net: “An Unexpected Art Show” held in Los Angeles on February 22, 2013.

This is a collaborative build by the OneLug, a fellowship of builders consisting of Brandon, Bruce, and Remi.

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The Last March of the Ents

The OneLug–which consists of (from left to right) me, Remi Gagne, Brandon Griffith and Alyse Gagne–just completed our group project depicting “The Last March of the Ents” From Peter Jackson’s The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers. It’s been a massive undertaking, and was completed in about six months. The Tower stands at about seven and a half feet tall and the base is eight feet in diameter.

LEGO Last March of the Ents