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Sydney Opera House Skyline
Sydney Opera House Mosaic - over 25,000 elements.
About this creation

This is by far the largest Lego project I have ever attempted. The mosaic is about 8 feet long, and is made of about 24,000 Lego elements.


I created a time-lapse movie of the mosaic being built which can be seen here.








Some more shots of the project:








The mosaic was on display at Brickworld 2008, and 2009





Comments

Jeremy Moody
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The Lego Man The Lego Man
  January 19, 2009
amazing..... :0
Jeremy Moody
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Thomas N
  January 19, 2009
This is without a doubt the best mosaic I have ever seen in Lego, Congrats on MOTD.
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  January 19, 2009
i thought i commented on this when you first put it up. maybe i passed out from it's excellentsy or perfection, then commented in a dream. anyways, amazing build, tons of detail, it's incredibly large. so here's a virtual highfive *smack your palm on your computer screen to receive it*
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  January 19, 2009
yay an aussie!
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  January 19, 2009
...---WOW!
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  January 19, 2009
Speechless...
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  January 19, 2009
:-O amazing... unbelievable!
  January 19, 2009
That looks exactly like the real thing
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  January 6, 2009
amazing rendition of the most recognizable Opera House on Earth. I tip my hat to you, literally, as I typed, I paused to tip my hat. Kudos
 I made it 
  July 6, 2008
Re: Dave -- I did it in 32 x 32 because after Lego increased the price of 48 x 48 to $15, the 32 x 32 became cheaper per stud ($135 vs $180). I didn't find the small convenience offered by using large base plates worth $45. Thanks for all the comments everyone!
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  June 25, 2008
nice work Jeremy, but one question: Why 32 x 32 baseplates, rather than 48 x 48? it seems to be 3 baseplates high, which would have been 2 48x48s. Might make the next one easier to deal with. Keep up the good work.
Jeremy Moody
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Sierk van Terwisga
  June 6, 2008
Wow... I have never been to Sydney, but this MOC really makes me want to. Seeing a landmark building such as this in Lego is always nice, especially if it's so big.
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  June 6, 2008
That's it guys; rub it in that you're gonna be at Brickworld! Well, I've been to the REAL thing,so *raspberry* (Great mosaic btw mate)
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  June 6, 2008
Cool, I'll get to see it in detail in a two weeks then.
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  June 5, 2008
Just fantastic! I'll look forward to spending some time in Chicago checkin' this one out. Beautiful!!
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  June 5, 2008
Re: Billy bob joes I didn't time it precisely, but I think it took about 20 hours.
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  June 5, 2008
Wow this is great! The many different shades and amazing detail are both part of this awesome mosaic.
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  June 5, 2008
This is incredible, excellent job!
 
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