I thought this was perfect timing for Halloween….a haunted Victorian house made completely from Legos. Impressive, right? Mike Doyle made this amazing creation and the detail is amazing! I can’t even imagine the patience it took to make this….I have a hard time making the Lego creations geared for 3 to 5 year olds. Looking through Mike’s blog I’ve learned there are certain methods to buying large quantities of Legos…..if you are thinking of stocking up on certain pieces check out his Lego Primer. He’s given me some fun ideas maybe for a birthday party or kid’s activity.
I love artwork made of unconventional items. Check out these other amazing piece of Lego art…..I especially love the Mona Lisa piece (maybe it has something to do with the fact that my daughter and I made one out of buttons.)
View them after the jump!
Times Square 1 of 7An amazing model of Times Square that took over 300 hours and 20,000 Lego pieces.
Visit Sean Kenney's website to see the amazing detail of this artwork.
Escher’s Balcony 2 of 7Escher's Balcony.
Click to view more information at Andrew Lipson's site.
The Beatles 3 of 7A portrait of the Beatles using over 20,000 Legos.
Visit Henry Lim's website to read more about this piece!
The Mona Lisa 4 of 7The Mona Lisa in Legos.
See more at Eric Harshbarger's website.
Mt. Rushmore 5 of 7Yep, that's a replica of Mt. Rushmore made out of Legos! Nathan Saway is referred to as "The Brick Artist" and for good reason.
Visit Nathan's site and check out his portfolio!
Lego Bento 6 of 7A Lego Bento lunch! Not actually Legos....but made to look like Legos.
Found via Oddee.
Taj Mahal 7 of 7The Taj Mahal....pretty impressive in Legos!
Arthur Gugick made this piece and countless other landmarks!
READ MORE OF ASHLEY’S WRITING AT LIL BLUE BOO.