Giant sized BlackBerry Tour 9630 constructed out of LEGO pieces & LCD TV

Giant sized BlackBerry Tour 9630 constructed out of LEGO pieces & LCD TV
You can make just about anything out of LEGO pieces – we've seen houses built out of the them and even a theme park devoted to the small sized multi-colored bricks of joy. One person with the skill of crafting monumental sized objects took on the challenge of constructing a giant sized BlackBerry Tour 9630. The sculptor, Nathan Sawaya, carefully fashioned RIM's smartphone out of many LEGO pieces that was ultimately built around a flat-screen LCD TV. From the looks of it, it does make a nice living room center piece to constantly remind people his love for the smartphone. In addition, you can clearly hint as to which carrier Nathan probably sides with as the Verizon logo is prominently featured in its usual spot. Although you can't make phone calls or text on the giant sized BlackBerry Tour 9630, we're sure he could somehow accommodate a computer somewhere and really get himself connected to the internet.

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1. josuearisty

Posts: 148; Member since: Sep 30, 2009

sooooo freak

2. PhoneWar

Posts: 25; Member since: Mar 11, 2010

How many Pirate Lego sets did this guy have to buy to make this errrr Phone?? I would much rather see the time put in to making the lil Green Android guy. No Joke, had a guy ask if we sold those green robot phones!!! WTF????

3. Iphoneisthesuck

Posts: 59; Member since: Oct 13, 2009

Youre a jackass. You cant appreciate the time and effort the man spent on building the phone.....instead you bitch and moan how he didnt make the freaking android mascot. go eat yourself

4. PhoneWar

Posts: 25; Member since: Mar 11, 2010

Really? You are that caught up? I am hoping he will do the same for out LIL Green Robot. I think its awesome that he did this.

5. idiotwind13

Posts: 80; Member since: Dec 29, 2008

That is awesome.

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