By Niels HeimeriksPalm Beach Post Staff Writer Updated: 10:55 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2011Posted: 8:26 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2011After a 100-pound, 8-foot-tall fiberglass Lego man was found on a Sarasota area beach Tuesday, The Palm Beach Post emailed questions to the Dutch artist whose name, Ego Leonard, appeared with the number 8 on the Lego man’s shirt.His answers Wednesday were as elusive as the phrase that also appeared on the thing’s shirt, "No Real Than You Are."The Post’s questions included: "Ego Leonard, is that your real name or is it an artistic name? How did the Lego man get there? How many Lego men have you set free around the world, and what places did they visit? What’s your artistic statement? About the slogan, "no real than you are," what does that mean? What are you trying to tell us?"Ego Leonard’s answer:"I see you know some dutch."Can you imagine there is more in life than a just a figure?"I am owned by nobody as far as I know."I am living my life as it is today."You can find meaning in the text ‘no real than you are’ by asking yourself:"Is your presence in this life as real as I am in yours?"I am getting these questions about the ‘Legoman’."Very hard for me to talk in third person if it’s about my life."Try to understand that I am not just an object trying to make a point in life."With my visits I would very much like to hear all the thoughts of the people I meet."I know the world is full of contrasts, look at it from different angles, you will see synergies and contrasts grow into balance."Whatever you do is ok. Just don’t forget to explore all the beauty out there."If my existence will lead to kindness, that would be great."You can also visit egoleonard.nl for more information."All the best, Ego"Legoland officials told the Sarasota Herald Tribune that the piece was a counterfeit and is not endorsed by the company. It remains in the of custody the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office until someone claims it.The Associated Press contributed to this story.