Lego – how much is there in this word. Perhaps as a child many of us have dreamed of a castle from Lego or even a whole town. Some have grown to really love Lego, and carried that love through the years by implementing it as a totally incredible inventions. Even the scenes of BDSM. Seriously! See for yourself.
Model aircraft carrier “Harry Truman” from Lego. Its length – about 5 meters, height – 1.2 meters.
This model was created from more than 200,000 units, and weighs- more than 160 kg.Creation of this model took over a year.
Flight deck, hangar, and inside there is lighting, and more – movable elevators, radar, and motorized catapult!
Lego-Frigate “Nebulon B2″ from “Star Wars”.
A fully functioning 32-helical eight-cylinder engine. Three hours to assemble, and more than 2,800 blocks of Lego. It has illuminated accents.
Head Master of this creation – Pascal Lenhardt working on his masterpiece – the Berlin palace. Scale Models – 1:45, it was created out of 400 000 Lego blocks . Although reconstruction of the original building is still delayed, his model was completed January 6, 2012.
Unofficial collection of the game “Portal 2″ from Lego.
The ship “Millennium Falcon” from “Star Wars” from Lego.
Advertise with Lego in 1987.
But BDSM Lego for adults.
The Roman Colosseum of 200,000 pieces. One part of the model shows the Colosseum 2,000 years ago, the other – its present state.
A necklace of Lego.
Once again, advertising in 1987.
Johor Bahru Working resting next to the figure from life-size Lego. The first theme park in Asia, dedicated to the popular designer, was created entirely out of Lego blocks on a scale of 1:20. It represented 17 countries and cities all over the region, including Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Brunei, Myanmar, Philippines, Indonesia, China, India, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. Park will open in September 2012.
Engine Model Rolls-Royce of 152,455 units of Lego.
This copy engine – part of the “Innovation Zone” on the show in Farnborough, which is to attract young people to science, engineering and mathematics. The exhibition was held from 9 to 15 July.
Lego for adults.