Alexander Jones, better known online as OrionPax, is a German genius who enjoys recreating his favorite tv and movie moments, especially those of the 80s, out of Lego. Here are some of his brilliant creations. The most exciting part? He encourages you to contact him and he is willing to sell his models!
Alexander spent two months watching Ghostbusters 1, 2, the animated Real Ghostbusters cartoon and playing the recent videogame to create the following Ghostbusters Headquarters model. The exterior exists in NY but the interiors were a set in L.A. so he had to find clever ways to gloss over the discrepancies.
Read on to see the interior and see some more beloved 80s properties like MASK and Back to the Future!
The interior shows FOUR floors including the basement.
Modular design so that you can interact with any floor.
Every area is well represented.
Movie-accurate scale whenever possible.
Can you find Slimer? He was made from a Lego Star Wars Clone Wars toy!
Mask’s Boulder Hill playset.
*Does not really fly.
Even the minifigs are accurate.
The Gator actually ejects the boat from the Jeep!
A Back to the Future playset representing the Hill Valley of 2015. Look for Mr. Fusion!
A gorgeous BTTF 2 Deloreon.
It actually has light bricks!
A Masters of the Universe playset.
Wheeled Warrior versus Saw Boss.
This Optimus Prime is gorgeous and remote controlled!
Grimlock transforms. Amazing.
A combiner? Good lord!
Finally, his take on the orginal TMNT cartoon’s Wagon.
These photos represent a small sample of his work. You should definitely browse his site galleries if you enjoy Lego, the 80s, toys in general, or clever engineering!