Tuesday, November 29, 2011
D.C. Architecture Firm Creates Gingerbread Las Vegas
An architecture firm located in Downtown D.C. created "Gingertown: Elf Vegas", a gingerbread representation of Sin City, for public viewing.
David M. Schwarz Architects created Elf Vegas out of sprinkles, jelly beans, and tons of other candies.
The exhibit, which is on display until Friday, December 2, in the lobby of the building at 1050 Connecticut Avenue in Northwest, will eventually be broken down and donated to local charities.
Check out more photos here.
Posted by Randy Slovacek at 11:51 AM
Labels: Las Vegas