Arkham Asylum, one of the most iconic locations of the DC Universe, has been recreated in stunning, 18,000 piece Lego form.
It took the builder, who goes by Forgotten Days on Flickr, over a year to plan the build, and four months to complete it. The Lego version of the Asylum has five rooms, seven cells, and LED lighting.
Check out a video tour of the facility below:
Here’s what the Australian builder had to say about the set:
After 1-2 years of planning and 3-4 months of building I have finally created Arkham Asylum in Lego. I feel this was the milestone for me as a builder as this is something I have wanted to build for years now and I am so happy with how it turned out, almost everything I wanted to put into the moc was built and included, some of my favourite parts of the Moc are, Killer Croc’s Cell (See Youtube Video) the Maximum Security Wing (Underground Cells), The whole interior turned out pretty good and I really like what happened the whole roof and clock part of the building. I’ve been building Batman mocs for 3 years now and I think this is my Best Batman Moc so far. It is also the biggest build I have ever made, with 18,000 pieces and standing at 52x98 studs wide and 55 bricks tall. This was built for Brickvention 2016, that took place last week in Melbourne, Australia. I’ve been to Brickvention 5 times now, twice as an attendee and now three times as an exhibitor and this year I really tried to bring my A game with what I displayed. I brought Arkham as well as some other Mocs that I have not posted yet.