The stunning sculptures from LEGO, magnificent selection of works by enthusiasts from all over the world. You have no idea how expressive the mute language of laconic forms is! Unlimited imagination and unbridled creativity in a unique selection!
We all know that Lego can be an excellent material for creativity. It’s been 47 years since the world’s first Legoland was founded. During this time, craftsmen around the world have created thousands of amazing works from this designer. We offer you a selection of the largest and most impressive sculptures from Lego.
Sculptures by Nathan Sawaya
For days the artist Nathan Sawaya has been experimenting with Lego in his New York studio, where he has more than a million blocks of this legendary constructor.
Nathan’s works, which are exhibited in galleries around the world, are in great demand among art dealers. Among them, there are reproductions of masterpieces such as “David” and others. He also recreates paintings: “Mona Lisa” by Leonardo da Vinci, “Starry Night” by van Gogh.
The height of this Tyrannosaurus is over 6 meters! Nathan needed 80,000 bricks to build this sculpture!
This model of the German stadium Allianz Arena, built for the World Cup, was assembled in 2006 from 1.3 million Lego bricks and 30,000 figures. The structure weighs over 1.5 tons. It took 4209 hours to work.
World famous Ryan ‘The BrickMan’ McNaught built the famous Roman Colosseum in cross-section. One half of it shows the building today, the other half shows its condition in 50 AD.
This aircraft carrier model was erected in 2005. The author was so confident in the strength of the structure that he even decided to let it go into the water.
In October 2013, with the help of Lego, the battle of Helm’s Deep was recreated from the Lord of the Rings trilogy. It took 150 thousand bricks for this construction.
In Lego Land Park, located in the city of Windsor, a miniature of London with all the key attractions including Big Ben and the famous Ferris Wheel was built from the LEGO.
This design, erected in 2010, represents not only a painstaking work with thousands of Lego parts but also a utopian model of the eco-city of the future, leaving no waste.
Real size house
In 2009, the host of the popular Top Gear show, James May, completed a life-size house made of Lego. It took 3.3 million details to create a building with several rooms, a shower, and toilet.
In 2010, Lego enthusiast Sean Kenney, together with the Philadelphia Zoo employees, built a life-size polar bear with 95000 LEGO pieces. It took 1100 hours of teamwork.
In 2009, a life-size Volvo XC 90 was assembled for the Lego Land California park. The model was used to play a trick on one of the employees. The video about it has gained more than 2 million views.
In 2012, the Batman Cave was built from Lego. In this case, it is not the number of details (20 thousand) that amazes the imagination, but attention to detail. In each part of the installation, something interesting happens.
In 2013 designer Mike Doyle built a castle with 200 thousand Lego parts. It took him 800 hours to work. The result does not need any further comments.
Sandcrawler from Star Wars
Jarren Harkema and Calvin Hartley spent 500 hours and 10,000 LEGO bricks on a copy of the Sandcrawler Star Wars vehicle. The finished model weighs about 13 kg and is almost a meter long.
Springfield from the ‘Simpsons’
Matt De Lanoy created an entire city from the animated series “Simpsons” of 500,000 details. The designer recreated both Moe’s Tavern and Krusty Burger, Apu’s Kwik-E-Mart shop, a nuclear power plant, a church, a school, and other buildings.
The Death Star from Legoland was built of 500,000 LEGO bricks, its weight is 862 kg, height is 4 m and width is 2.5 m. This is the largest sculpture dedicated to Star Wars.
American Alice Finch from Seattle assembled Hogwarts from 400,000 LEGO pieces. In order to create a reduced copy of the castle, the girl read books and watched all the films, and went to Oxford, where part of the shooting of the famous film. “Hogwarts” from LEGO won awards at BrickCon LEGO.
Australian Steve Sammartino and Romanian Raul Oaida built a car from the Lego. It took about 500 thousand Lego parts to create a unique car for Steve and Raul. Except for the wheels, and dashboard, it entirely consists of cubes of the popular designer, which cost the authors about 22 thousand dollars. The car, the engine of which is assembled from standard Lego cubes and operates in compressed air, can reach speeds up to 30 kilometers per hour.
The model of the Military Army Series The USS Missouri Battleship
Jim McDonough spent three years in his garage to build the world’s largest model of USS Missouri military battleship. Its copy, made of more than 10,000 design elements, is impressive 7 m and 32 cm long and almost a meter wide.
Kennedy Space Center
To “build” a copy of the Kennedy Space Center, the two Swedish architects needed 750 thousand cubes of Lego and 2500 hours. Kennedy Space Center takes 140 m.
The Tower of Babel in Budapest
A team of schoolchildren from Budapest did the impossible. They built the tallest tower from Lego, which is almost 35 meters high, which is equal to a ten-storey house. The young engineers were assisted in their work by Professor Erne Rubik, the author of the world famous Rubik’s cube. The puzzle was one of the jewels on the top of the tower. True, and it was made of a constructor. In total it took 450 thousand colored bricks to build the tower.