Model Hogwarts made of 400,000 pieces of LEGO (58 Photos)


Via Flickr and odditycentral

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  • drnitro

    Wow!

  • Juice66

    inb4 virginity comments

  • Swan

    400,000 pieces? I couldn't buy a 50 piece lego set without losing a few pieces.

  • https://thechive.com/ Paula_

    Forever Alone….

    No Mac, not you. Go back to….. ermm…. 'work'.

    Hugs,
    Paula
    – the one you love to hate

  • cnollz

    Nice, but will it come as a set? 😛

    • anervusguy

      The assembly instructions would be as thick as a Manhattan phone book!

      • Truthbombs

        I dislike your simile.

  • Yawn

    Staircases don't even actually move… slacker.

    • EriktheRed

      totally. and there's no Quiditch field. I call bullshit on the whole darn thing. lol. pretty awesome skills Alice

  • Fur Sure

    Well that brought back some memories from middle school…*shudder*

  • James

    Too cool.

  • Sydtrolls

    That is awesome!!!

  • LucasVanDerBartlett

    id love to run up and give it a kick haha.

    • forrestforrestgump

      Some men just want to watch the world burn.
      Played with lego my entire childhood building castles and crushing them after. Wound up as an architect. Legos build more then just castles

  • Markoda

    That's it. I'm busting out the Legos again. Doesn't matter how old I am! Seeing this brought back some of the best memories of being a kid.

    • db83

      I'll be 30 this year. I played with LEGOs all the time as a kid. I had pirate ships, castles, spaceships. I hadn't touched a LEGO in probably 15 years. After going to LEGO Land at Disney last year and seeing all the giant LEGO sculptures (I'm talking 12 foot tall dragons and shit) I felt like I just HAD to get back into it. I bought a LEGO X-wing, and spent a couple hours putting it together when I got home. It was an absolute blast, and I now have a badass desk decoration (complete with movable wings and detachable photon torpedoes). Go buy a new set and have some fun.

  • Epitomizer

    I have never read any of these books or seen any of the movies, but with all the love people give them I think its time to begin.

    • James G

      It's a real hate-it-or-love-it thing. If known both types of people, but I personally really like the books, the movies are a nice bonus!

      • James G

        *I've

    • Guz

      Go for the books. I was one of those 'wizards are kid's shit' haters for a long time and started the first book on holiday when I'd run out of others. Really good books.

  • Bob

    The level of detail is insane. Well done, sir.

    • Yfr

      Well… She's a woman

      • Bob

        Totally read it as Alan French, not Alice French.

        ma'am*

  • Justin

    Daaam! that's alot of work.kool but i wouldn't have the patients for all that little stuff.

    • Hara

      *sigh*

      • James G

        You receive great honour for not actually responding to this!

  • tv_paul

    I'm wondering if he played this song over & over while building this?

    • tv_paul

      I mean she.

    • lol

      He'll probably build something else just to listen to this

  • Hara

    Chick.

  • G_Had

    I'm 99% sure this is the greatest thing ever created with lego.

  • Ed102

    This gallery demands a HQ version!

  • matt

    Awesome! I wish I had the money and time (and space) for that many legos…And thanks, Chive, for posting more pics. I saw this on Nerd Approved yesterday, but they only had a tease of a few pics.

  • Iam_Davey

    Lets see him do the playboy mansion next!

    • Simon

      Who him?

  • Avery

    So far, nobody's noticed HER name is Alice…… Well done, Alice.

  • Seldi84

    #4. This is amazing, this artist has amazing talent. It should be with the Harry Potter Studios in England next to the Main hogwarts replica.

  • TheBAMFinater

    That is amazing. Good job Alice

  • http://twitter.com/shokraie @shokraie

    Did I just watch the Prisoner of Azkaban?

  • No way

    No chance i have the patience putting the hair on Harry!

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