World of 'Futurama' rebuilt in Legos
The animated sci-fi sitcom has been canceled, revived, syndicated, made into movies, and then revived again. And now it's in Legos.
"Futurama" is a show that just won't die. Since premiering in 1999, the animated sci-fi sitcom has been cancelled, revived, syndicated, made into movies, and then revived again on three different networks (new episodes started up last week on Comedy Central) and over a collection of DVDs. Now it's in Legos.
Lego builder and graphic artist Matt De Lanoy has spent more than two years reconstructing the 31st-century world of "Futurama" out of the plastic bricks. The display measures about 5x7 feet and is incredibly detailed; you can tell the man knows his Legos.
The gallery below shows a few parts of New York and other settings from the show, but to really get an appreciation of the time and detail De Lanoy put into his
hobby obsession, check out his full Flickr collection. I wish I had the time to put together something like this, but I can't even free myself up to put together my IKEA bookshelves.
Correction, 1:32 p.m. PDT: The original story misstated the year that "Futurama" premiered. It was 1999.