When it comes to Star Wars and Han Solo frozen in Carbonite, we have covered pretty much everything from office desks to chocolate bars. But so far we haven’t covered the ultimate creativity of them all, the LEGO approach. As you might know if you have been visiting Bit Rebels for a long time, we consider the LEGO block to be the solution to everything. Apparently so does Nathan Sawaya, who back in 2008 decided to start building what had to be the coolest thing anyone had ever shared on the Internet. He started building the Han Solo frozen in Carbonite using just LEGO. There is a lot of Han Solo frozen in Carbonite stuff out there, but few are as epic and mind-twisting as the one Nathan put together.
The Han Solo frozen in Carbonite that Nathan created is actually a life-size LEGO build that is as insane to look at as it must have been to build it. It took Nathan over 3 months to make it, and it required over 10,000 pieces of LEGO blocks in order to complete it. The finished Han Solo frozen in Carbonite is not only a mammoth build, but it’s ever so impressive to look at as well since it is made out of almost all gray LEGO blocks.
This six foot tall LEGO build belongs in a museum somewhere where Star Wars replicas are considered to be the greatest achievement the human race has ever come up with. Even though it was finished back in 2008, I am still impressed by the sheer size and detail of it. To know that it is entirely made out of LEGO doesn’t make it any less impressive either. I guess it’s not known what Nathan decided to do after this build. You have to agree that with one of these in your portfolio, you will always be called a master LEGO builder, don’t you think? I keep wondering if anyone has attempted the same build more recently, especially now that there are some really cool electronic LEGO blocks as well. If you know of any, please don’t hesitate to tell us in the comments.
Nathan Sawaya’s Han Solo Frozen In Carbonite LEGO Build
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Via: [The Green Head]