I’m a fan of Harry Potter. Great books. Awesome story. Decent movie series. I’m also a fan of Legos. That’s why I’m higher than a Golden Snitch after looking at this insane custom creation from Seattle-based Alice Finch.
Alice earned her wizarding stripes by putting together a massive, as in ginormous, Lego Hogwarts set. It took her roughly 12 months and over 40,000 Lego bricks to put this sucker together. And to say it’s breathtaking is an understatement.
Take a look at just a few shots from Alice’s wonderous land:
Gryffindor common room interior
Clock Tower, Wobbly Bridge, Hagrid’s Hut
Great Hall feast
Library Wing at night
See loads more magical shots in Alice’s Flickr stream. Also, read a great interview with Alice on the Brothers Brick.
I wonder if Alice takes requests. I’m still dying to see a full-on Avengers mansion. Though an Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters would make a great Lego set as well…
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I love this! It is fun to play RPGs in this awesome building. I want to build something now…
my grandson would go nuts,he is such a huge harry potter fan,,he would sit an stare at this for days on end,lol
This is absolutely beautiful and fantastic! I would love to have the opportunity to see it in person. You could probably spend an entire afternoon looking at it and still not see everything.
This is simply amazing! Thanks for the post!
That is awesome. Love it. What would the cost of materials be for a project like this?
If it was officially sold through Lego, it’d probably be $5.6 million. Bought individually, I can’t even imagine. A few thousand at least.