LEGO® is not only children’s favourite toy, but adults’ as well. The only difference is that with age a person builds larger and more complex things out of LEGO® bricks.
In this article, you will see impressive sculptures built from LEGO®, which are made so skilfully that it is hard to believe that they are the creation of human hands!
LEGO® Tardis was presented at the 2015 Doctor Who Festival.
The Batmobile, created from 344,187 LEGO® bricks, was presented at the North American International Auto Show and was timed to the premiere of the "Lego Movie: Batman".
Recreation of John Kennedy's murder scene built with LEGO® bricks.
Taj Mahal consisting of 5922 LEGO® bricks.
A large-scale sculpture entitled Contact 1: The Millennial Celebration of the Eternal Choir at K’al Yne created by Mike Doyle.
LEGO® Brooklyn, created by Jonathan Lopes.
LEGO® Times Square, by Sean Kenney.
LEGO® Batarang, built for the London premiere of "Lego Movie: Batman".
Life size Indiana Jones sculpture.
Life Size LEGO® Batman.
Springfield, Simpson's hometown, created by Matt De Lanoy.
Scene from the movie "The Avengers: Age of Ultron" Hulk vs. Hulkbuster.
The Mech Herobot 9000 is built from almost 3 million LEGO® bricks and weighs 6 tons.
Volvo XC90, built in full size with more than 200 thousand LEGO® bricks, weighs slightly less than 1360 kilograms.
The iconic Titanic.
The stadium Allianz Arena with a height of 0.9 meters was built in 4,209 hours, and it took over a million LEGO® bricks to build. It took 30,000 LEGO® minifigures to fill the stadium. This impressive sculpture weighs about one and a half tons.
Lego Italia Tower 35 meters high
Lego Kennedy Space Center of 140 square meters, for the creation of which 750.000 LEGO® bricks were used.
The X-Wing Fighter starfighter, 13.11 meters long, took 17.336 hours and 5.3 million LEGO® bricks to build. It weights 23 tons and includes R2D2 in full size.
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