Apparently, Martin Latta could not choose between all the amazing things on Earth to build out of LEGO, so he just built all of them, in a really tiny scale. Can you pinpoint the exact brick on which you live? I have found mine!
The build is based on Bram’s Sphere Generator, a free online tool anyone can use to generate instructions for a LEGO sphere of any diameter (Martin’s Earth has a radius of 14 studs). The builder adds a lot of his own flare to the creation with different colours and textures used for different regions of the world – from dark green as vanishing rainforests to white as vanishing glaciers. Stay tuned for our 2075 article when we will feature a new globe made of all tan and grey colours!
This looks really great (except the dark green and the grey are a bit of a distraction). I’ve always wished Lego would release a globe, I would buy this!
I agree, I believe the grey bricks are the Great Wall of China?
I’m guessing dark green is jungle, and gray bricks depict mountains? Specifically, the Himalayas?
A little over the top with the doom and gloom in this post.
Or maybe mostly blue? Hello Waterworld.