How cool would it be to be a professional LEGO builder? Fun? Probably. Easy? Probably not. That's because companies like Bright Bricks ("THE professional LEGO building company") have to keep topping themselves, building whatever is floating around in a customer's imagination like a full-size Santa, sleigh and reindeer and even a working--yes, working--jet engine. In comparison, a little teardrop trailer probably sounds like a piece of cake...until you see it, that is, because it's fan-freaking-tastic. Bright Bricks founders Ed Diment and Duncan Titmarsh and their team unveiled their creation recently at the Motorhome and Caravan Show 2015 in Birmingham, England.
Here are some highlights: The 12 feet long and 7 feet tall T@B trailer replica consists of 215,158 LEGO bricks; it has working taillights, it's completely furnished inside with objects made with LEGO; and it has a skylight and a working sink. A working sink, people!!
These still shots really don't do the creation justice. Check out the build video on BBC News or the video below from Guinness World Records (yeah, it won one of those too) to be truly amazed: