The only thing cooler than LEGO itself is the amazing things people make with it. In this case, a life-sized shotgun from the game Titanfall.

South Africans may not have official access to the game, but that won’t stop them from appreciating the incredible work put in by Nick Jensen, also known as “Nick Brick”, to make this masterpiece. His Flickr stream is full of his amazing LEGO creations, but this latest one is nothing short of astounding.

Sure, he’s made LEGO versions of Titanfall’s titular Titans, but even that can’t compete with the sheer incredible-ness of this work of engineering genius. Take a look:


I can’t think of anything I’d rather see in actual LEGO form than guns, props and vehicles from my favourite sci-fi games and movies. This Titanfall shotgun is simply astonishing in its detail, and I sincerely hope the smart people over at LEGO in Denmark sit up and take notice, because I’d most definitely shell out for this sort of thing in official LEGO kit form.

[Image Credit: Jensen’s Flickr feed]
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