Think back to your best LEGO creation, and then compare that to Adam Tucker's LEGO Roman Colosseum. Yeah, that castle with one turret isn't quite up to snuff. But don't be jealous, because this dude is a LEGO professional, and his upcoming exhibit at Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry shows off some serious skill.
The MSI exhibit running now through February 2017 includes more than a dozen gigantic LEGO structures, many of which were built by Adam Tucker, an ex-architect and one of only 14 LEGO Certified Professionals. His displayed LEGO creations are all based on famous worldwide landmarks, including the Roman Colosseum, The Great Pyramid of Giza, and the Golden Gate Bridge, among others.
To create these structures, Tucker didn't use a computer to come up with designs, according to CityLab, but preferred to rely on photographs, books, DVDs, and other "Old-school resources." Tucker sounded just like any LEGO-obsessed youth when he told CityLab, "I just collect anything and everything I can, and then I just start tinkering and playing with different parts that I think might replicate this well or that well."