I know, it looks like the toy you found in your girlfriend's sock drawer, but trust me, it's not. This thing is like half that size. Thomas Benedikt went and made Admiral Ackbar's command ship Home One (not to be confused with going all the way with a lady) out of 30,500 LEGO pieces. It took 11 months to build, lays just short of 7-feet long, and cost $5,500 to complete. It even has LED lighting effects throughout (hit the jump for a picture). Good looking, Thomas. Next time I need a scale model of a Star Wars ship made I know who to go to. Or do I? Maybe I'll take my business to THIS guy. Now, I want you two to fight.
Hit the jump for a bunch more and a link to an even larger gallery.
Home One - Mon Calamari Star Cruiser [mocpages]
7 foot long Lego Star Wars cruiser is epic in its awesomeness [dvice]
We've already featured two different videos of people constructing the 5,195 piece LEGO Millennium Falcon, but this one is better. Why? Because LEGO minifigs are the ones doing the building! An ungodly number of hours went into the making of this video, so I'm really glad s... / Continue →
This is someone playing Halo for the XBox 360 on the Dallas Cowboys stadium video wall. It is fairly large. Not as big as my TV, but close. Per tipster Mike the Robot Destroyer:
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Sorry for the unusual lack of postage in the past few days, folks. I've been traveling my ass off (read: cover up for male enhancement surgery) and had to post via message in a bottle. But I'm back and ready to Geek the ologie. Look out! Anyway, Mark Borlase went and built ... / Continue →