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09/10/2014

Lego Mustafar diorama

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(From Geek) How many Lego pieces do you need to whip up a truly awesome Star Wars scene? If you’re the kind of perfectionist that Polish Lego artist Michal Kazmierczak is and you’re building a diorama of Mustafar, the answer is around 60,000.

If that seems like a lot of bricks, that’s because it is a lot. Let’s compare it to Lego’s own massive Death Star set. That one features 3,800 bricks, and it measures about 16 inches by 16.5 inches. It weighs about 20 pounds.

Kazmierczak’s Mustafar masterpiece and its 60,000 bricks are just a tad more tricky to move around. It measures 50 inches by 70 inches, and is almost five feet tall. The total weight? A whopping 140 pounds.

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