Retro Technology LEGO Sets

Apr 28, 2014

Category: Living

If you keep up with custom LEGO builders, there’s a good chance you’re already familiar with the works of Chris McVeigh. We’ve featured random works here and there from the master builder, but now we take a look at his entire Retro Technology LEGO Sets.

The talented McVeigh has taken many of our favorite childhood gadgets, and transformed them into amazing LEGO works of art. The collection includes things like a Polaroid camera all the way to an original Macintosh computer. Our personal favorite however, is the Nintendo console complete with games and controllers. Not only does McVeigh build these awesome sets, he also sells them on his site. If you’re feeling up to the task, he also lets builders download the instructions for free, and even offers up high quality prints of all the sets seen here. [Instructions | Prints]

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