it took LEGO enthusiast Angus MacLane three years to complete this custom LEGO Wall⋅E. what makes Angus’ bricked Wall⋅E unique is, he actually started out while the animated movie was being created in late summer 2005. damn. it looks so realistic that you won’t even think that it was made out of LEGO bricks. thanks to Angus’ involvement in the movie, he has first hand knowledge of this lovely lead character of the Disney-Pixar box office hit animation. you could say this is an “insider job,” which the result speaks for themselves and being backed by 10,000 supporters over at LEGO Ideas only further corroborates the awesomeness of Angus’ creation. so yeah. this is LEGO Wall⋅E and it now will have a shot of becoming a LEGO Ideas official set.

LEGO Wall⋅E by Angus MacLane
showed here with Wall⋅E director Andrew Stanton

all it need now is the nod of approval from the LEGO Ideas review board. so fans of Wall⋅E, keep your fingers crossed. the thing about LEGO-lized version of movie icons is, there is always the issue of licensing which is most often a bitch to clear. then again, it always comes down to money; how much LEGO is willing to drop to have their way. anyway, the project was submitted back in 2013 when Ideas was still known as Cuusoo and about 10 months on, it finally received its well deserved attention. from then until now, Angus has tweaked the model quite a bit, which result in this model known as 3.0. again. keep your fingers crossed, folks.

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LEGO Wall⋅E by Angus MacLane

LEGO Wall⋅E by Angus MacLane

LEGO Wall⋅E by Angus MacLane

images: Angus MacLane

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Published by Mike chua

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