You can do all sorts of amazing things with LEGOs, as many kids can attest to. Including, apparently, building a LEGO mural that looks like anything but a LEGO structure.
Just check out this humongous LEGO mural at ESPN headquarters, shared by Adam Schefter. It depicts the network’s top talent that worked the 2017 NCAA Tournament, and it’s quite remarkable.
An actual LEGO mural at ESPN, with 207,360 Lego blocks that took 240 hours to build (need one from NFL Draft). pic.twitter.com/nmWGYQULOC
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 6, 2017
It’s hardly surprising that such an enterprise took 240 hours to build. The details included are astounding, down to the shimmer of light across the front of the desk and the fans behind it.
At this point, given the other LEGO projects we’ve seen (like this), we won’t really be surprised by anything sports related LEGO structure we see in the future.