San Francisco is in the holiday spirit with the construction of a 12ft LEGO Yoda Santa in the city’s Union Square. The Jedi-inspired creation is proving to be a crowd pleaser and is located at San Francisco’s holiday skating rink.
The intricate toy block sculpture took three days to construct and was made with the help of lego-loving volunteers. Participants included individuals of all ages and walks of life, putting emphasis on how the holidays bring everyone together. The sculpture was built in support for a fundraiser held by a local city charity and is a site to see.
This project is not only an exciting venture for LEGO lovers, but a great must see for Star Wars fanatics. Yoda’s iconic status as the franchize’s most beloved character makes the Jedi Master a perfect substitute for Santa Clause.
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