lego city

Lego hobbyists descend on Toronto for Brickfete

It never ceases to amaze what you can build with lego. This past weekend, in an assembly hall near Kipling and Lake Shore Boulevard, lego enthusiasts gathered to showcase a wide range of creations shaped from lego. There were robots, mini cities, train stations, cars, castles, spaceships and a whole lot more.

Hobbyists came far and wide from across North America to Brickfete. Check out photos on the event's Flickr page as well as some personal favourites below.

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Photos by Christian Bobak


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