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LEGO Creations - Ten of Our Favorites (Gallery)


June 26, 2012

The LEGO Technic Unimog U 400 is the largest LEGO Technic model ever released

The LEGO Technic Unimog U 400 is the largest LEGO Technic model ever released

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Even the most complex things in our universe start with small building blocks, and in the universe of LEGO you can take that truism literally. Between traditional LEGOs, LEGO Technic parts and some third-party LEGO-inspired projects, we've seen some truly amazing creations built up from the foundation of those little plastic blocks. Here's a visual look at ten of our favorites.

Click through the gallery for a brief tour of the LEGO-built world, from supercars to bones and organs to barrel organs. Below are just a few to whet your appetite.

This model of a 'Vampire GT' Supercar consists of almost 2,000 pieces, including a full tr...

This "Vampire GT" Supercar consists of almost 2,000 pieces and includes a full transmission.

A DIY PC housed in a LEGO case (Photo: Total Geekdom)

This LEGO-bodied PC by Mike Schropp is a 12-core PC setup consisting of three systems in a single box made of LEGO, with its computing power being donated to medical research and humanitarian projects via IBM's World Community Grid project.

20,000 LEGO pieces went into this barrel organ that plays the Star Wars theme

This barrel organ is constructed from 20,000 LEGO pieces and plays the Star Wars theme when manually cranked.

Ben Fogle used LEGOs to recreate Machu Picchu; but the Peruvian entertainers in the foregr...

Ben Fogle used LEGOs to recreate the 15th-century Inca site, Machu Picchu.

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Eric Mack Eric Mack has been covering technology and the world since the late 1990s. As well as being a Gizmag regular, he currently contributes to CNET, NPR and other outlets.   All articles by Eric Mack
1 Comment

Here is another contender for most complex Lego model.

A half size Rolls-Royce jet engine.


9th July, 2012 @ 11:25 pm PDT
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