Something cool for your midday enjoyment: This 2.6x scale model of an Apple Watch was made out of more than 800 Nanoblocks, a popular line of Japanese building blocks.
The Apple Watch replica, built by Christopher Tan, a well-known Nanoblock brick artist, made use of bricks as small as 4mm x 4mm x 5mm. Tan has previously constructed scale models of such notable landmarks as the Great Wall of China and even Apple’s flagship NYC Fifth Avenue store.
“The Apple Watch is arriving in less than a month and I can’t wait to get it … but in the mean time, here’s my nanoblock Apple Watch =) … It is a 2.6x scale of the 42mm model. Around 800+ bricks were used in the making of this nanoblock Apple Watch.”
For those wanting to try their hand at building an Apple Watch replica with Nanoblocks, you’ll be glad to know Amazon.com carries a wide selection of the tiny building blocks.
(Via Cult of Mac)