Claus-Marc Hahn from Bricks Creations uses LEGO to recreate iconic people, places and things from books, television and film. Just recently, Hahn revealed his LEGO version of the Red Keep from Game of Thrones. And it’s motorized, meaning it spins and pivots like the Red Keep as it appears in the intro to the show. Check it out:
This LEGO Red Keep took 125,000 pieces to complete, weighs 143 pounds, and takes 16 engines with 16 sensors to operate. Bricks Creation also built many of the people who at one time or another have inhabited King’s Landing, as well as other random Game of Thrones characters. Here’s Oberyn Martell:
And the Night King and his White Walker lieutenants:
Sandor “The Hound” Clegane, complete with burned face.
You can see lots more Game of Thrones LEGO characters by visiting Bricks Creations’ Facebook page, including this
delightful goddam horrifying depiction of Ramsay Bolton torturing Theon Greyjoy.
As long as we’re talking about Game of Thrones LEGO creations, YouTube channel Beyond the Brick has a couple of others. Here’s the Greyjoy familial home on Pyke…
…and here’s The Wall and Castle Black as seen in the penultimate episode of Game of Thrones season 4, “The Watchers on the Wall.”
I have to tip my cap to Claus-Marc Hahn and others for their patience in creating this stuff. I just don’t have the mental stability required to make something like that on this scale. Imagine if the Great Sept of Baelor was made from LEGO blocks — everyone in King’s Landing would be stepping on LEGO pieces for years.
Finally, this isn’t LEGO, but it’s fun: