The LEGO Batcave Recreates Burton's Surreal Vision

By: Jason Soy - Published: Jul 6, 2011 • References: flickr & brothers-brick
If you ever doubted the power of LEGO to accurately recreate a movie set, then take a gander at these LEGO Batcave photos and put those doubts to rest. Not only does this LEGO Batcave perfectly emulate Tim Burton's surrealistic vision of the Dark Knight's universe, but it only took 9000 LEGO pieces to complete in its entirety.

The LEGO Batcave is the work of Alex Schranz, also known as Orion Pax, and he's nailed all the details from the upside-down bats hanging from the cave tops to Batman's supercomputer. Is it weird that I want to play with this LEGO Batcave and all its little accessories? Nope!

Implications - LEGO's popularity stems from the fact that it empowers users to create their own products. Corporations looking for a new product to sell may consider some sort of modeling kit that also allows users to make and customize their own items. Stats for Model Dark Knight Headquarters Trending: Older & Warm
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