This $15,000 LEGO Sculpture Took Forever To Make, And Some Kid Destroyed It An Hour After It Went On Display

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06.01.16 3 Comments


Oh my god! Oh my GOD! OH MY GOD! These are the words that you, the person reading at home, will be screaming at the screen in just a few short seconds. Why? Because the story you’re about to read is so cringingly terrible it might make you never want to have kids. And if you have kids already, well, you may just want to lock them up until they’re 40 years old and know how to keep their grubby little mitts to themselves.

Okay, so no one died (except some amazing craftsmanship), but this story is still pretty terrible. It involves a man, a plan, and a whole bunch of LEGOS he turned from loose little bricks that hurt to step on into a beautiful giant sculpture of Nick from Zootopia. Unfortunately, Nick was no match for a small child who was so excited to see, feel, and touch the fox that he completely decimated it within seconds.

Before we continue, check out a picture of the finished product before it was destroyed. It’s a “nearly human-sized” replica of the adorable cartoon anti-hero, cost over $15,000 to make, and took the artist (a man named Zhao) three days and three nights to build. You can see it on display at a LEGO exhibit in Ningpo, China below.

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