Top 10 Insane Lego Creations

Top 10 Insane Lego Creations


Hello and welcome back to the Most Amazing
channel on the internet. I am your Most Amazing Host, Rebecca Felgate
and today we are talking about the Top 10 Insane Lego Creations. I love a good lego n chill shesh….My friend
Ruth has a lego box at her house and it is really good for creativity! Adults can enjoy lego too! We made some pretty good creations that day,
too. Before we launch straight on up into this
list, I just want to remind you guys that we have Most Amazing Merch for sale an Most
amazing shop.com … check it out. Gooo ooon! Okay, Lego….what you got for us, honey. 10 – Lego A380! Ryan McNaught spent 8 months and 3,500 pounds
creating a replica of the A380 plane, the biggest jet in the world. Ryan is a huge lego enthusiast and certified
builder and he built his replica of a Quantas model of the aircraft as a passion project…he
just loves lego that much! He made the entire inside too, replicating
each section of the plane, including luxury lego for first class! There is even a bar! My favourite thing about the plane, though,
is that it has a little ode to Samuel L and Snakes on a plane. From a plane to a boat….a really awesome
boat, we have the USS Harry S. Truman at number 9 –
So this is an awesome replica of a one of the largest United States aircraft carriers. It was created using 300,000 lego blocks and
includes all the aircraft as well as 5 thousand little lego crew members. CUTE. I love seeing it there in the water! 8 – Lego Bar
So this hasn’t opened just yet so I can’t show you loads of pictures, but coming this
summer to London and Toronto, two places I find myself regularly, there is going to be
a lego bar! A bar, where you can drink and eat and sit
and chat and do all the kind of normal things you would do in a bar, except in won’t be
normal because it will be made of Lego. Apparently, guests will be able to drink from
lego cups too… the lego dream! Get a load of Van Goghs Starry Night at number
7 It is beautiful! Van Gogh is my favourite artist of all time
and it is so interesting to see one of his famous works recreated in lego. Of course I prefer the original, but it takes
a lot of patience to recreate something like this, and there is a weird poetry in reflecting
on a 130 year old painting made with oil on canvas, only this time creating it in the
modern area with modern materials, i.e, lego. Similarly at number 6 we have this epic dinosaur
This dinosaur bone replica was created by Nathan Sawaya for the Art of the Brick Lego
Exhibit, the same exhibit that showcased the Van Gogh recreation. Sawaya wanted to inspire children with his
sculpture and encourage them to learn more about the history of dinosaurs. I enjoy the irony of recreating something
you can see in a museum, that is made up of bones millions of years old, but here is created
out of 21st Century plastic toy bricks. The Art of the Brick is such an important
exhibition for Lego and is a place where creativity with the bricks has been showcased time and
time again… so I wanted to feature one last awesome collection from the exhibition for
you guys to look at…if the show ever comes near you, you should check it out …. Meanwhile,
get a load of these DC Comicbook heros at number 5 I guess by now, you have pretty much got the
idea that you can build pretty much anything out of lego, including your favourite superheros. Display is everything, though! Look at the flash in action created out of
bricks! It looks fantastic! Okay, so this isn’t so much a creation made
out of lego, but a really cool lego man sculpture I have found. Check out this anatomical lego man at number
4 Cool right. I never thought too much about what was underneath
that plastic lego exterior…. But this little guy has bones and organs just
like us. Some people might find this a bit creepy,
but I find it cool! It humanizes little lego people for me…I
now want to imagine all lego people have all of this going on inside them. 3 – Full Lord of the Rings Battle
One of the most epic battle scenes from the Lord of the Rings Trilogy was recreated in
Lego. Behold the Battle for Helms Deep, created
with over 150,000 bricks. It is pretty big and impressive and took enthusiast
GoelKim over four months to complete. It is so detailed too! Look at all the blooming elves! Apparently it was a painful process to get
enough to recreate the scene. 2 – 13 Metre Tower Bridge
Woah, so a replica of London’s iconic tower bridge was made out of lego. Not only is that pretty cool, it is officially
the world Largest Lego Sculpture with the most bricks, according to the Guinness Book
of World Records. This 13 metre high sculpture, created by Land
Rover, contained over 5 million 8 hundred thousand bricks. It could support the weight of 2 Land Rover
cars and the bridge even raises to allows a boat to pass like the real Tower Bridge. Finally, at number one, maybe if you like
lego so much…you should live in it….and you can! 1 – Lego House
James May may or may not have gone a little mad, but to be fair, haven’t we all. The former Top Gear host built a 20ft tall
Lego House on a wine estate in Surrey, England. The two story building was constructed using
3.3 million bricks and 1000 volunteers. The house is legoed up on the inside too – there
is a lego bed, a lego sink, a kitchen and even a lego cat. What a lego treat this list has been…. That was the Top 10 Insane Lego Creations! Have you seen crazier?! Let me know in the comments section below. Do you guys love lego? Thanks for tuning in to this Most Amazing
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