Wednesday, October 17, 2012

TWO GUYS AND THEIR CUSTOM-BUILT LEGO BATCAVE WITH THE WORKS

As all people soon learn, LEGO is dangerous to swallow (even though we all try, hence giving said parental figure grounds for an 'I told you so' speech) and as such, LEGO is not a complete meal. However, it has been food for thought for generations, and for Carlyle Livingston II and Wayne Hussey (above) that inspiration has only accelerated of late to building this Batcave, complete with everything - even an octogenarian named Alfred. Drop your jaw over this;

Damn light up LEGO is so cool. In my day you had to prop up a torch on a conveniently angled stack of washing - kids these days don't know how lucky they are! For more pictures follow on through to the next page, right here at IADW.

Now that's impressive fan-work! To see more of the dynamic duo's Batcave (over 40 pictures!) visit their flickr gallery right after the jump.

 What do you think? 

8 comments:

  1. These guys did it big, it's impressive, very impressive.

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  2. They sure did OA - now they just need to be shown a Fortress of Solitude sketch...

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  3. As much as I find the idea of grown men messing with Lego a bit dodgy [!], gotta admit they did a blinding job with this build. Thats really quite incredible.
    When I was a child I once stepped barefoot on a Lego brick; the pain was beyond hell! Ive been divorced several times and those were nothing compared to that. I swear I can still feel it even today, oh the humanity!

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  4. That's what they call a try 'war wound' Karl - probably one of the reasons why Occupational Health and Safety was formed to stop such happening in the workplace!

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  5. Yes, stepping on a LEGO is a b"#$% LOL!
    My kids love legos, has their mum loved them to before. That is an amazing acomplishment! My kids would flip if they saw that. We when to a Lego show, with complete cities made of legos, trains, cars, houses, boats and my youngest went crazy there asking for everything.
    And there was a real size Ferrari too. Those little bricks can be amazing with some imagination.

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  6. and you know what Aliera, I was out at luch Friday with work and LEGO came up. Everyone there mentioned memories and their love of how great LEGO is, and that was across a range of interests, ages and sexes. Now you don't find that kinda unanamous common ground too often!

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  7. Holy crap that's insane! It's far beyond impressive.

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  8. It sure is Cavalerra - thanks for stopping by and commenting!

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