If there’s one thing Lego doesn’t really need to worry about, it’s marketing.
Lego fans have been cooking up some of the most brilliant and applaud-worthy Lego structures for years – like this Lego Macbook – keeping the brand (and Apple, for that matter) in the limelight at no cost of its own.
Most recently, designer Spencer_R went and built a mega-sized version of Apple’s new Cupertino spaceship campus – more commonly known as Apple Park.
The park used 85,000 pieces of Lego and took just over two years to complete. Much of that time was actually spent not just building, but also watching drone footage of the campus’ construction