Gallery: Amazing LEGO London Olympic Stadium Made From 100,000 Bricks W...

The field portion of the model was constructed using the SNOT method, which stands for Studs Not on Top. This means that the brick studs are not visible from the top, creating a smooth surface.

The model took four people two months to complete. It sits in the Westfield shopping mall near the official London Olympics store and draws crowds that are sometimes four people deep. The minifigures used in the design include 9 figures made to represent the Great Britain Olympic team. These figures are available for purchase exclusively in the UK market and include a boxer, swimmer and tennis player, among others.

Bright Bricks is known for their extravagant and huge LEGO designs, like the world’s first LEGO jet engine for Rolls-Royce and a 40-foot tall Christmas tree in the middle of St. Pancras Station.

The model is an incredibly detailed replica of the Olympic stadium and it includes details of both the interior and exterior, featuring a running track, javelin field and awards podium.

+ Bright Bricks

Via Yaho0!, ToysnBricks and LEGO


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  1. alsadr August 21, 2012 at 5:25 am


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