If you’re a fan of the rockband Queen, you’d definitely be able to recognise the build below on one look.
Yes, it’s the scene from the famous music video, “I want to Break Free” – built by AFOL Han Sbricksteen, who has submitted this to the LEGO Ideas website. A total of 1,300 LEGO pieces were used to construct this model, which measures over 17-inches (44cm) in width, 5-inches (14cm) in height, and 7-inches (19cm) in depth.
If you like, you can check out the music video by clicking on the “Play” button below, and compare the scenes from the video from the build above to see how accurately this build mimics it:
In case you’re wondering, this set comes with a total of 8 minifigures: Freddie Mercury, Brian May, Roger Taylor and John Deacon, and the same musicians in disguise. In our opinion, this set not only looks good on any display, but it also allow any Queen fan (if they like) to role-play the scenes from the iconic music video.
Do You Want to Get Your Hands on Han’s LEGO Build?
This build is currently not an official LEGO set just yet – so if you like to see it become one, then be sure to show your support by voting for it in the LEGO Ideas website below: