Perseverance and love for LEGO blocks are made a masterpiece of replicas. Ohio State University physiology and professor Paul Jannsen has created a Lego replica of Ohio State’s horseshoe-shaped football stadium, complete with a decorated archway and scoreboard made of the small, interlocking blocks.
For this masterpiece he needed one million LEGOs. If we know that all LEGOs are mostly rectangular, we don`t have to be surprised because he spent 2 years to build and 1,000 hours to finish a 1:100 scale replica. The stadium itself can be divided into 10 pieces, each weighing up to 50 pounds. He only used blocks from his personal collection. Had Janssen bought all new parts, he figures the project would have cost $50,000 to $75,000. Paul hopes to have this unique structure displayed at the University.