Spacing Bad: The Breaking Bad Meth Lab Made From LEGO Bricks – Design You Trust

Spacing Bad: The Breaking Bad Meth Lab Made From LEGO Bricks


While ‘Breaking Bad’ may long be past, the inspiration to build LEGO renditions of the show still exists. And, because this is LEGO, there just had to be a mashup with space down the line. Finally making it a reality is MadLEGOman with the build titled “Spacing Bad”.

More info: MadLEGOman (h/t: brothers brick)


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