Paul Vermeesch’s Star Wars Relativity model is a 1-foot cube and contains scenes from classic Star Wars settings.

Six months in the making, I present my largest creation to date: a 1x1x1 foot model of M.C. Escher’s print “Relativity” reenacted in the Lego Star Wars theme. A far larger, cleaner, and more detailed rehashing of my 2010 version, this diorama is fully lit from the inside, presents the original Star Wars trilogy in a roughly counterclockwise format, and even features a minifig-scale theatre in the back which plays Lego’s CG version of the Star Wars saga. Enjoy!

[via The Brothers Brick]

John Baichtal

John Baichtal

My interests include writing, electronics, RPGs, scifi, hackers & hackerspaces, 3D printing, building sets & toys. @johnbaichtal nerdage.net


  • http://[email protected] Anton Christopher McInerney

    With all the plastic needing recycling why not make full size Lego building blocke and components for full size real houses! What this could do for downsizing,redecorating or even temporary additions, it will revolutionize building code as well!

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