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  1. BrickMonkeyMOCs

    [MOC] H.R. Giger's Landscape XIX

    I've been a huge Giger fan for a very long time and have always wanted to make a Lego version of one of his artworks. When he passed away in 2014 I thought of recreating his Landscape XIX painting, which I'd had as a poster in my workspace for some time, but I didn't really have the time then to do it justice. While many builders have done a fantastic job of translating Giger's work into Lego form - see my gallery of other builders' Giger creations here, including such epic builds as Grantmasters' Birth Machine, the Arvo Brothers' Xenomorph, and Bryce McGlone's Li II - I haven't yet seen anyone try this particular painting, which is odd as it seems particularly well-suited to being rendered in bricks. Anyway, after three weeks of designing, over a month of waiting for parts, and then three days of construction, here is my completed Lego version. It contains 3,835 pieces and measures 53 x 37 x 5cm.