If you are on the LA area on the 21st of this month you might want to check out a art gallery like no other. The Art Revolution Foundation and artist Nathan Sawaya have teamed up to bring a mass art installation to the streets of Los Angeles on January 21 – National Hugging Day! The one-of-a-kind HUGMAN sculptures, made entirely of LEGO® bricks, will be placed around the city and will include designs from notable artists, influencers and designers, such as Tony Hawk, Justine Ezarik (“iJustine”), Alec Monopoly, Ashley Eckstein, Phil LaMarr, Adam Savage and many more to benefit art education programs.

Angelenos can take part in the scavenger hunt by using #HugmanAdventures on Twitter as they find the figures with their arms wrapped around common objects throughout the city. The HUGMAN figures will not only celebrate National Hugging Day, but stand in support of the Art Revolution Foundation’s mission to strengthen art education in schools and supply students with the tools they need to succeed.

Following the one-day art installation, the sculptures will then be part of an online art auction to support the Art Revolution Foundation on www.CharityBuzz.com.

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