star wars LEGO nerdgasm

Okay, that’s pretty damn cool.

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Created by Flickr’s scott34567 these LEGO lightsabers are pretty cool.

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At more than 250,000 LEGO bricks and 2,000 MiniFigs, this Phantom Menace display at the Legoland Discovery Centre is impressive. Most impressive.

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Check out the sheer awesomeness of brickplummer’s Complete LEGO Endor. Measuring 16′ x 6′ (or 114 32×32 baseplates) the complete Endor is very, very, very cool. You’ll find a couple pics after the jump, but you can head here for a whole lot more.

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The Battle of Hoth is recreated here… in LEGO! Very cool!

Lego Star Wars – Battle of Hoth revisited shot by shot

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Using only LEGOs (no glue, no steel frame, no wood support structure) Erik Varszegi Iomedes* has constructed an amazing eight-foot long LEGO Venator Class Star Destroyer. Take some time to marvel at his creation. Well done sir, well done!

*Note: This is made by Iomedes (who would like you to know he did NOT spend 3 1/2 months of his precious life to build this ship to NOT be credited correctly).

LEGO VENATOR CLASS STAR DESTROYER by iomedes via Topless Robot

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‘Cause you know what? We really needed one. At first glance this has the feel of an Internet hoax, but it turns out it is a real item which was available at the San Diego Comic-Con 2011. Amazon is selling ’em for $50 a pop.

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Created by Ickelpete for the Lego Space event at the National Space Centre UK this remote controlled R2-D2 is pretty impressive, even more so when you realize it’s made out of LEGOs! Check out more pics and a video of LEGO R2 in action.

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Bask in the awesome!!!!

LEGO Sandcrawler MOC via Screen Junkies

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Check out this LEGO version of Mos Eisley by Eric Druon which I’ve got to admit is pretty cool.

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