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30 July 2012 | By: M@

The Olympic Park Made From LEGO

The Olympic Park Made From LEGO

Brickmeister Warren Elsmore has created this miniature version of the Olympic Park made entirely from LEGO. Warren tells us that it's constructed from approximately a quarter million bricks and took 300 hours for him and his wife to build.

"And yes it is all LEGO! I don't use any specially made parts — everything you see here is made from LEGO sets that are in the shops right now."

Here's a time-lapse of the main stadium build:

You can view the model at the Danish Village in St Katherine Docks. It's open from 11am-11pm every day until the 12 August, with live TV broadcasts from Danish TV channel TV2, a Viking longship and, of course, free Danish bacon and hot dogs.

Warren was also behind the brickish version of St Pancras station we featured a couple of years ago.

All images by Warren Elsmore, and used with permission.

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Paul Kardous

There is also an amazing Lego Olympic Stadium at John Lewis Stratford City

Guest

Yes indeed there is! That was designed and commissioned by Warren Elsmore too; for display at The LEGO Show, in Manchester over the May Bank Holiday weekend :-)

Mastersarman

brilliant!