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Submission + - Mike Doyle Creates 200,000-piece Lego installation

PensacolaSlick writes: The first piece in Mike Doyle's new 'Contact' series of Lego-based creations 'employs over 200,000 Lego bricks, took him over 600 hours to build, and stands 5 feet tall and 6 feet wide.' It's unusual in its 'combination of building micro scaled pieces to this level of detail .' This particular work represents K'al Yne, the capital city of the imagined world of Odan. Mike has funded, and plans to continue to fund, the series through a chain of Kickstarter projects. Future works in the series are planned to 'cover fantastical nations of evil, beauty, exotica, spiritual/cultural centers and much more.'
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Mike Doyle Creates 200,000-piece Lego installation

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