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Incredible Crumbling Victorian Mansions Made from Legos

Lego artist Mike Doyle, whose breathtaking work we spotted over on Colossal, creates miniature versions of beautiful-but-kind-of-creepy Victorian mansions — you know, the kind of abandoned houses that probably gave you nightmares as a kid. He makes these impressive pieces using only unaltered Legos — that means no wood, glue, or paint — and each one usually takes him hundreds of hours of work to complete.

“For me, this piece speaks to the inherent unpredictability of those things which we call our foundation,” Doyle says of the house pictured here, the third in an ongoing series. “Like a little dollhouse, a seemingly secure home is plucked up and set on a new path. This charming home, lovingly embellished with ornamental fancy was no match for nature.” Click through to get a better look at the dilapidated digs, and to check out some of his other work.


Victorian on Mud Heap. Image credit: Mike Doyle


Detail from Victorian on Mud Heap. Image credit: Mike Doyle


Three Story Victorian with Tree. Image credit: Mike Doyle


Detail from Three Story Victorian with Tree. Image credit: Mike Doyle


Detail from Three Story Victorian with Tree. Image credit: Mike Doyle


TwoStory with Basement. Image credit: Mike Doyle

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