ApocaLego: Building end-times with plastic bricks


13 Responses to “ApocaLego: Building end-times with plastic bricks”

  1. DJBudSonic says:

    HAHA!  At least half the stuff my 6 year old makes from the giant trail-mix bin of lego/playmobil look like this!

  2. liquidstar says:

    These are great.  Funnest use of lego i ve seen yet.  Really reminds of the work of Canadian artist Kim Adams.


  3. Donald Petersen says:

    As much as I love the whole Mad Max/Fallout/The Stand/World War Z stuff (and oh boy, do I love it), it occurs to me that just about all my Lego/Tinkertoy/Erector Set/Lincoln Log construction projects in my youth had a decidedly preapocalyptic theme.  Airports, spaceships, lunar bases, castles, western forts… I guess I wasn’t thinking that the world would end anytime soon back in the 70s.  Well, there was always  nuclear annihilation, but I guess I always assumed a scorched earth with no stone standing upon another would be the result of that.  Not much fun to recreate a flattened blasted landscape there.  

    And then Damnation Alley opened my eyes to the joys of the apocalypse!

  4. Sooper8 says:

    Lego doesn’t seem to lend itself to that genre easily. Lego is too ‘square’ and regular.
    Surely ApocaLego is all about rough edges and broken lines?

    • grimc says:

      That’s what I really find interesting about this; how people can take blocks of a uniform size and shape and create randomness.

    • Anon_Mahna says:

      digital camouflage……  it’s amazing what squares and rectangles can do when arranged just such & such of a way..

  5. johnbaichtal says:

    Sorry, STORYLINES, not SHORELINES. Curse auto-correct!

  6. Tuff Luke says:

    The top picture looks like Texas Battle Land in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 (1986)

  7. jimh says:

    I love that it’s all actual Lego pieces, in contrast to the concentration camp model that was up last week, where the artist had glued, cut, and drilled…

  8. Anon_Mahna says:

    Last pic had me laughing. There’s a chicken crossing the road.

  9. Lobster says:

    This is WAY cooler than a concentration camp model.

  10. bbonyx says:

    Makes me feel like playing Borderlands again.

  11. blindog says:

    Seems like a natural progression of all those separate but similar sets. Once you’re done building and enjoying then what? Aha!

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