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A Life-Size LEGO Forest Grows in the Australian Outback

by Conner Flynn
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Have you ever wondered what LEGO trees would look like if they actually grew in to the size of real trees? What would plastic trees look like in our world? Well, wonder no more. Plastic plant life has now emerged in a desert near the mining town of Broken Hill, Australia.

lego_forest_1And it looks pretty darn cool. This isn’t the work of one overzealous LEGO fan. It is the work of LEGO’s marketing division for Australia and New Zealand, who planted 15 life-sized LEGO trees and flower beds in the middle of the Outback.

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You can see this spectacle until July 12, and as Caroline Squire, Director of Marketing, LEGO Australia and New Zealand said, “The contrast of the larger-than-life green trees against the vast red Aussie land is an unforgettable sight!” I would have to agree. You can check out more pictures of the installation here.

[via Neatorama]




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  1. Sandee says:

    I wonder if they will attract rain – if so could be very useful ?!

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