A field of daffodils built with yellow Lego bricks has sprouted in Hull, UK, much to the delight of its residents.
The temporary installation is part of Hull’s City of Culture 2017 event, a celebration highlighting the city’s arts and culture.
The display in the East Yorkshire city’s King Edward Square features 1,700 daffodils made from a whopping 146,400 Lego bricks.
The #LegoSpringFlowers meadow was created by Duncan Titmarsh, Britain’s only certified professional Lego builder.
“It’s been a great pleasure to see daffodils in bloom across the city and this new and very special bed of flowers will bring a further burst of colour to Hull’s beautifully transformed public realm,” Martin Green, director of Hull 2017, told the Hull Daily Mail.
People have taken to Twitter to share photos of the incredible installation.
The installation will remain in the square until Tuesday, April 18.