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The School of Athens
Published 3 years ago
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The most famous Greek philosophers discuss their ideas in this Lego model!

Note: This is my brother's model, but because he doesn't have a Mecabricks account, I'm posing it for him.

Nonetheless, I can explain a bit the design as I helped on some aspects of it (not many, I admit!). The full design has about 3230 pieces and the one presented to Lego Ideas, just under 3000. It includes nearly all of the figures of the real fresco (check here for reference: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_School_of_Athens#/media/File:%22The_School_of_Athens%22_by_Raffaello_Sanzio_da_Urbino.jpg), including Plato, Aristotle, Socrates, Pythagoras or Euclid. I remember real stuggles and anger when trying to get some figures just right!
A super cool video of the model:
This model is up for voting on Lego Ideas:
Footnote: This model uses two pieces that are not yet in Mecabricks:
Design 23769 (https://brickset.com/parts/design-23769) for some of the minifigures' legs (a total of 8 used).
Design 4502b (https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?P=4502b&name=Minifigure,%20Plume%20Feather%20Triple&category=%5BMinifigure,%20Headgear%20Accessory%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0}) for Alexander the Great's hair (a replacement plume has been used instead)
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3 years ago
Holy crap! this thing is awesome! I love Greece, and if this were to ever be a set, i'd diffidently buy it!
3 years ago
Please vote for it or help spread the word, we want this to become a real Lego set!
3 years ago
Yes NANSBRICK, they took down the project apparently because it "contained religious references". Me and my brother were thinking of writing a mail to the Ideas team and reuploading the model. Anyway, I thought they would be more concerned about the fresco actually being in a religious building rather than it containing religion (I guess mainly the gods Apollo and Athena, as they've done it with the Hercules Disney CMFs... ): )
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