Netizens said the LEGO model probably cost more than a real Myvi.
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Lego art has really taken off in recent years, including here in Malaysia where there is no shortage of fans of the humble little bricks.
Recently, a TikTok user @znspantas shared a video featuring a Myvi car made from LEGO.
In the video, workers transported the LEGO Myvi to Publika shopping mall for exhibition purposes.
@znspantas Kalau Nak beli myvi mahal sgt,korang buat je guna lego #fypシ #abanglori #thetransporter #znspantastransport #yellowtruck #budoktebing #anokpahang ♬ DJ Kuberlayar Di Lautan Tidak Bertepian – MASTER RMX
A team of Malaysians from Bryks Art made the life-size replica.
They used 1.27 million brick elements laid piece by piece for approximately two months.
The vehicle’s interior and exterior are built entirely out of brick elements.
The only exceptions are the axles, wheels, tyres, speakers, mirrors and a few light bulbs.
Bryks Art ni memang banyak main dengan lego ke. Kalau ye, nak apply ni. https://t.co/Y9YKHgslft— MY (@alangmy_) May 27, 2022
More Than Mere Toys
Netizens were clearly impressed by what one can do with the little coloured bricks.
They said the Myvi is is an amazing work of Lego art that proves it.
They described the Myvi as one of the most awe-inspiring sculptures that have been created up by the minds of creative people.
Truly, when it comes to Lego sets, there really is something for everyone.
@pandulaju Reply to @amir_adli ♬ original sound – Pandu Laju
1.27 million Lego bricks to create this life-size replica of a Perodua Myvi Extreme 1.5.— PT (@paultantk) May 27, 2022
It’s called the MyBi and you can view it at Publika Shopping Gallery. Siap ada interior weh!
All hail the King of the Road! pic.twitter.com/XsxPzBc8Bt
Makcik time raya : Husband kerja apa?— Aqilah Saffa Amran (@ssupsaffa) May 26, 2022
Me : Dia tak kerja, main lego je
My husband – literally gets paid for playing lego 5 days a week pic.twitter.com/FNXZzZkw6u
What Is LEGO Short For?
The name ‘LEGO’ is an abbreviation of the two Danish words “leg godt”, meaning “play well”.
The LEGO Group was founded in 1932 by Ole Kirk Kristiansen.
Lego is said to be good for the brain as it builds concentration span.
The more a child is immersed and “lost” in an activity, the more a child’s ability to focus develops.
Lego is great as a relaxing activity in the same way that cooking or scrapbooking is – it allows you to focus on a short-term goal and keep your hands busy.
If you are the kind of person who always overthink, then unwinding with a Lego set after work is a good idea.
It can be a great way to take your mind off the world.