Lego Obsession

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Rivendell" by Shannon Sproule

"For the Brickvention. Nearly done, waiting on some parts to finish off a few things. I feel the need to add more trees but I’m surprised that even with something this large I ran out of space for any more."

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Lego Christmas Tree in London’s St Pancras Station
Source: The Verge

This 33-foot-tall tree constructed entirely of LEGOs is the tallest LEGO Christmas tree ever constructed.  It was built in 2011 for display at the St. Pancras International train station in London. 

Each of the tree’s 600,000 LEGO bricks, 172 Lego branches and 1,200 LEGO baubles were assembled by hand by just two men, Duncan Titmarsh, England’s only certified LEGO professional, and his business partner, Ed Diment.  The tree’s 172 LEGO branches are decorated with 1,000 ornaments and a garland of LED lights.

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The Voice of Evil

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Master Lego Craftsman Spends A Year Building  Batman’s Arkham Asylum

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LEGO Wall-E by Angus MacLane

Vote for this set to become official at Cuusoo through the model’s submission page.

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Battlestar Galactica Cylon Baseship by Garry King

Garry King created this model of the somewhat obscure space station, which was only briefly referenced in the classic series.  It is composed of 16,387 bricks weighing a grand total of thirty-six pounds.

Battlestar Galactica Cylon Baseship

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Lego T-800 Terminator by Martin Latta
Latta created this 6’ 1” thirty-one pound replica of the T-800 for an exhibit in Lipno Point, Czech Republic.

Lego T-800 Terminator by Martin Latta

Latta created this 6’ 1” thirty-one pound replica of the T-800 for an exhibit in Lipno Point, Czech Republic.

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Steampunk Lego AT-AT by: Kevin Ryhal

Steampunk Lego AT-AT by: Kevin Ryhal

(Source: koldunkisloty)