Designed by Andrzej Mleczko and Edward Lutczyn, pictures of the prototypes reveal one dragon wielding a camera, another standing behind a video camera, and a ferocious one emerging from the water with a fish in its claws.
Upon his arrival in Gliwice, Webber decides that instead of going to the pub he’ll do a bit of sightseeing – and in addition to some standard attractions he stumbles upon a delightful and hilarious detour.
Following in the footsteps of Wrocław’s gnomes, the town of Chełm has unveiled a trail of eleven cheerful bear cubs that celebrate the city’s favourite animal.
VIDEO: Working by day as a Chief Operations Officer for a multinational company, Warsaw-based Marcin Dobrzyniecki has become an internet sensation since first publishing examples of his miniature models on social media.
Measuring 2.73 metres in height, 3.7 metres in length and 142 centimetres in width, the blockbusting marvel weighs 250kg and took over 400,000 Lego bricks and 500 hours to build.