As a child, I loved sitting and spending hours excruciatingly and lovingly building little LEGO block structures. But, watching my sister bump into them, causing them to fall apart completely was truly heartbreaking. We all have heartwarming memories associated with LEGO blocks from our childhood, as well as the not-so-heartwarming ones of stepping on them with our feet and feeling an insane amount of pain shoot up our legs. Despite these wonderful childhood memories, LEGO is no more considered child’s play! Master builders, artists, and LEGO enthusiasts all over the world are creating impressive LEGO builds that’ll blow your minds away. They are a result of their hours of dedication, attention to detail, hard work, and creativity. And we’ve put together some mindblowing LEGO builds that recently took our breath away…for you!
1. LEGO “The Moon: Earth’s Companion”
Called the LEGO Art space poster “The Moon: Earth’s Companion”, this fan-made creation was built using 2360 bricks, and it celebrates the beauty, mystery, and brilliance of the moon. The build features a brick-built Moon that was created with immense precision and attention to detail, which was further heightened by realistic craters and terrains.
2. LEGO Harry Potter “Dobby™ the House-Elf”
The LEGO Harry Potter “Dobby™ the House-Elf” build is meant for kids above the age of 8 years and uses a mere 403 bricks (making it one of the easier builds in the LEGOverse). The house elf has been amped with a few distinct and special details. It has moving limbs, a rotating head, adjustable ears, and repositionable fingers that allow Dobby to look around, snap and point fingers, or even grip items!
3. LEGO Ferrari Monza SP1
LEGO has created a full-scale version of the Monza SP1, which was released in 2018 by Ferrari. This is the work of LEGOLAND Denmark, and it is a part of the new interactive exhibit at LEGO’s Billund Resort. The Ferrari Monza SP1 is nonfunctional but is fully operational in a digital avatar version, where a 3D scan of a fully-assembled LEGO model is tested.
4. The LEGO Icons Chevrolet Camaro Z28
The LEGO Icons Chevrolet Camaro Z28 lets you rebuild an iconic piece of American history! Building this classic vehicle is truly fun, and the finished piece even lets you lift up the hood and have a peek inside. You can pick from the hardtop coupe or convertible options, curating the look that perfectly matches your automotive tastes. The detailed V8 engine and working steering team up with the opening side doors, hood, and trunk beautifully, creating a realistic LEGO build that works!
5. LEGO The Fairground Collection set 10303 Loop Coaster
The Fairground Collection set 10303 Loop Coaster is a part of the Creator Expert series, and is the first official gravity-powered LEGO rollercoaster that has been released. It consists of 3756 LEGO pieces and takes surreal minifigs on a two-full loop ride before coming to a halt. Using kinetic energy to complete the ride in one motion is an incredible feat in itself since the size of the 36-inch-tall LEGO set is still compact by any standards.