British LEGO artist Warren Elsmore has created this miniature version of the Olympic Park made entirely from LEGO.
Bills fans are passionate, they are devoted, and they will do just about anything to show support for their team. Robert J. Hall, 57 years-old from Oakville, Ontario did just that, created an epic replica of the Ralph Wilson Stadium out of 30,000 Lego bricks.
The temporary pavilion was built for the Grenswerk Festival in Enschede, Netherlands, in a public space. Michiel de Wit and Filip Jonker of LOOS.FM were the ones who designed the versatile and temporary meeting space named “Abondatus Gigantus“.
The Australian architect Ryan McNaught recently built what is likely the first and only minifig-scale Saturn V rocket, complete with gantry. At 5.76 meters (nearly 19 feet) tall and 120,000 bricks. The artist, who calls himself the “Brickman”, believes he “never grew up”. The married father of twin boys was previously an IT manager and is now one of only 13 certified Lego professionals in the world.
This Lego Christmas tree (33-Foot) is thought to be the biggest of its kind in the world. It’s composed of over 600,000 Lego bricks, 172 Lego branches, and 1,200 Lego decorations — all lovingly assembled by only two men, and is now lit up by a classic garland of LED lights.