This Is What You Get When You Combine M.C. Escher, Legos, And "Star Wars"

Six months and roughly 2,500 Lego bricks later, Paul Vermeesch’s creation is wrinkling my brain AND giving me a nerdgasm.

“This particular model took just over six months to get from brain to bricks,” Vermeesh said. “Normally, a model of this size wouldn’t take quite that long to construct, but in this case, a significant amount of planning was required before I could jump into the build process.”

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