Creation uses close to 30,000 pieces and features mechanised moving parts.

LEGO Joker’s Funhouse wins Best in Show at Brickcon 2013

A LEGO Joker’s Funhouse has taken home the Best in Show award at the 12th annual BrickCon event.

BrickCon is a four-day event for adult fans, collectors, and builders of LEGO held in Seattle, WA.

LEGO artist Paul Hetherington (also known as Brick Baron) won Best in Show at the event with his LEGO Joker’s Funhouse which uses close to 30,000 pieces and features mechanised moving parts.

It seems Batman-inspired creations do well at Brickcon, as 2012’s Best in Show was won by a 20,000 piece LEGO Batcave.

Head here to see the Funhouse in more detail at Hetherington’s Flickr page , or check out the video below:

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