Chalk Lego Terracotta Army

This is the incredible 3D street art that brings the ancient Chinese terracotta army to life – in LEGO form. The amazing artwork appears to show a gaping hole in a modern street – where the children’s version of the famous army figures emerge from the sand pit below. But unbelievably, the chalk sketchings are actually drawn on a flat road. The work was produced by a group of Dutch street artists, as part of the Saratosa Chalk Festival in Florida.

This is the incredible 3D street art that brings the ancient Chinese terracotta army to life - in LEGO form. The amazing artwork appears to show a gaping hole in a modern street - where the children's version of the famous army figures emerge from the sand pit below. But unbelievably, the chalk sketchings are actually drawn on a flat road. The work was produced by a group of Dutch street artists, as part of the Saratosa Chalk Festival in Florida.

This is the incredible 3D street art that brings the ancient Chinese terracotta army to life - in LEGO form. The amazing artwork appears to show a gaping hole in a modern street - where the children's version of the famous army figures emerge from the sand pit below. But unbelievably, the chalk sketchings are actually drawn on a flat road. The work was produced by a group of Dutch street artists, as part of the Saratosa Chalk Festival in Florida.

This is the incredible 3D street art that brings the ancient Chinese terracotta army to life - in LEGO form. The amazing artwork appears to show a gaping hole in a modern street - where the children's version of the famous army figures emerge from the sand pit below. But unbelievably, the chalk sketchings are actually drawn on a flat road. The work was produced by a group of Dutch street artists, as part of the Saratosa Chalk Festival in Florida.

This is the incredible 3D street art that brings the ancient Chinese terracotta army to life - in LEGO form. The amazing artwork appears to show a gaping hole in a modern street - where the children's version of the famous army figures emerge from the sand pit below. But unbelievably, the chalk sketchings are actually drawn on a flat road. The work was produced by a group of Dutch street artists, as part of the Saratosa Chalk Festival in Florida.