This Architect Builds Unthinkably Complex Structures â€” With Legos
Geege Schuman stashed this in LEGO
"He builds and rebuilds his models in a laborious process of self-editing. He works with his hands until he finds a successful approach to building any structureâ€”and it will support itself, without the addition of steel wiring or glue. "If there are illusions behind the surface, to me, thatâ€™s not fair," he says. And by avoiding cheats, he believes that the audience can intrinsically recognize that his constructions are real."
Can you imagine the time and patience he needs to put these together?
And the ability to translate vision to tiny brick?
That seems like a fairly unique skill that I imagine very few people have.