Battlestar Galactica Ship Built Entirely With LEGO® Bricks

Top Quote Brick artist Brandon Griffith uses over 29,000 LEGO® pieces to create this sci-fi icon! End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) October 12, 2018 - The iconic Battlestar Galactica BSG-75 has been painstakingly recreated by brick artist Brandon Griffith using over 29,000 LEGO® pieces. Measuring 47” long by 18” wide, the ship took over 300 hours to complete. At 1:1210 scale, this sci-fi icon features custom printed bricks by Citizen Brick to create specific details such as the dorsal emblem as well as working lights by Brickstuff in the engines and flight pods.

    As a big fan of Battlestar Galactica, Brandon realized that “there have been several models of Vipers and other ships built out of LEGO®, but I felt the BSG needed some representation. This was a passion project of mine.”

    “When building a ship from a beloved sci-fi show as this,” Brandon notes “details are important! The biggest detail was nailing the correct proportions of all the different sections of the ship. It was important to me that when viewed, you would see angles of the ship that you would commonly see in the show and those angles would not only appear familiar, but evoke some joy of a memory when watching the show."

    The BSG-75 model debuted at BrickCon in Seattle, WA October 6-7, 2018 and will be displayed at Bricks LA in Pasadena, CA January 5-6, 2019.

    Please visit for more information about Brandon Griffith and his brick art.

    Brandon Griffith is a Los Angeles based artist best known for his pop culture LEGO brick art. His work has been featured in art galleries locally and around the world. Brandon has worked on several projects for film and television (including The LEGO Movie) as well as a variety of mosaics and models for businesses (such as BBC America) and private collectors.

    This is a unique artist created brick model and is not associated with the LEGO® group of companies.

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