The Zombie Apocalypse — in LegosThis past weekend, the Seattle Center Exhibition Hall played host to BrickCon 2008, an annual convention of adult Lego hobbyists. The best part? Lego enthusiasts Brothers Brick sponsored a large-scale zombie apocalypse made entirely from plastic bricks. Participants in the Zombie Apocafest created interlocking segments of a city overrun with the Lego undead to form one giant display. Witness the plastic carnage.The Brothers Brick, who organized Zombie Apocafest, gave out awards for best zombified building and best zombified vehicle, and integrated all of the entries into a single, zombie-battling city. Andrew Becraft of the Brothers Brick documented the tiny apocalyptic horror:

The Zombie Apocalypse — in Legos

The Zombie Apocalypse — in Legos

The Zombie Apocalypse — in Legos

The Zombie Apocalypse — in Legos

The Zombie Apocalypse — in Legos

The Zombie Apocalypse — in Legos

The Zombie Apocalypse — in Legos

The Zombie Apocalypse — in Legos

The Zombie Apocalypse — in Legos

The Zombie Apocalypse — in Legos

The Zombie Apocalypse — in Legos

The Zombie Apocalypse — in Legos

The Zombie Apocalypse — in Legos

The Zombie Apocalypse — in Legos

The Zombie Apocalypse — in Legos

The Zombie Apocalypse — in Legos

The Zombie Apocalypse — in Legos

The Zombie Apocalypse — in Legos

The Zombie Apocalypse — in Legos

The Zombie Apocalypse — in Legos

The Zombie Apocalypse — in Legos

The Zombie Apocalypse — in Legos

The Zombie Apocalypse — in Legos

The Zombie Apocalypse — in Legos

The Zombie Apocalypse — in Legos

The Zombie Apocalypse — in Legos

The Zombie Apocalypse — in Legos

The Zombie Apocalypse — in Legos

The Zombie Apocalypse — in Legos

The Zombie Apocalypse — in Legos

Zombie Apocafest 2008: Children, avert your eyes! [The Brothers Brick]