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Back to the Future II in Lego

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Although a misquote, it’s said that if you build it, they will come. Well, Orion Pax has built various Back to the Future II 'sets out of Lego and we can say that we are sporting a massive grin while holding two thumbs up.

Focusing on Hill Valley in its 2015 incarnation, Pax (real name the more prosaic Alex Jones) has demonstrated an enviable attention to detail in recreating the streets where Marty and Doc spent much of the second film.

We wonder what Lego transformation will come next?

For more of Pax’s work head here.

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