Monday, April 6, 2009

When a giant needs a Nintendo DSi...

Check out this giant piece of art by professional builder Sean, who is a LEGO Certified Professional. And no, we have no idea of how much such a job pays.

It quotes:
"This sculpture of the Nintendo DSi was created to coincide with the release of the real Nintendo DSi on April 5, 2009. The sculpture is nearly 7 feet wide and contains 51,324 LEGO pieces. It took over 200 hours to create and weighs over 250 pounds."

Sounds like a bad idea to stand near it should it tipped over. To be crushed by that amount of blue bricks which a typical LEGO user could never utilise in his/her whole life would be painful no matter how cool it is.

There is even a youtube video to show you how truely huge this is.

Source :

Check out this slick purple ware...

I know there are lots and lots of Halo creations around... but this ghost created by MOCpages user Brian is so brilliant it stood out from the rest with its pure slickness ownage.

Check out his gallery for more pictures

Source : Brothers Brick