Contact 1 Extra Terrestrial City Built From 200,000 LEGO Bricks by Mike Doyle

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

We’ve seen some great LEGO master builders over the years, and Mike Doyle is certainly among the best of them. The New Jersey LEGO builder proves exactly why once again with the introduction of this amazing science fiction inspired work of art dubbed ‘Contact 1.’

Crowned the city of Odan, this amazing cityscape took Doyle a mind boggling 600 hours of man labor to craft, along with over 200,000 individual LEGO bricks. The city measures in at 5 feet tall and 6 feet wide, and there was no detail skipped throughout any part of the build. Knowing this thing would be an instant hit with fans, Mike is offering not only limited edition prints for anyone who would like them, but also DIY instructions for fellow LEGO buildings through Kickstarter. Mike describes the piece as “celebrating extra terrestrial contact events, spiritual beings and unique worlds.”

Contact 1 Extra Terrestrial City Built From 200000 LEGO Bricks by Mike Doyle (3)

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Contact 1 Extra Terrestrial City Built From 200000 LEGO Bricks by Mike Doyle (1)

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