By Josh Saunders
These spectators were truly BRICKING IT when they spotted this LEGO family touring London’s most iconic landmarks.
The amusing scenes took saw the family-of-four tour around with a bear, selfie-sticks and backpacks, just like any human visitors to the capital.
Spectators recoiled and double-took upon realising they were next to and nearly treading on a LEGOfamily member – each of whom took a painstaking 36-hours to build and more than 150 bricks.
The shots were taken by Mikael Buck in preparation for BRICKFEST – a large exhibition travelling the UK that celebrates LEGOs creations over the years.
The event will showcase enormous LEGO sculptures, have brick pits for people to dive into and a whopping three million LEGO bricks in free build zones.
The 3D family visited iconic landmarks ranging from – Buckingham Palace, London Bridge, Big Ben, red phone-boxes, joining commuters on the DLR train and more.
From Star Wars and Ninjago to Minecraft and Friends – fans can experience their favourite LEGOthemes all under one roof
Visitors can meet real live master builders from across the globe as some of the world’s finest builders display their latest creations, exclusively for BRICKLIVE.
BRICKLIVE will be touring the UK: arriving at the London Excel from 27th – 30th July, before stopping at Belfast’s Titanic Exhibition Centre from 3rd – 6th August, and Birmingham’s NEC from 26th – 29th October.
For more information visit: www.bricklive.co.uk