We've seen some amazing LEGO creations over the years at Nintendo Life, but this recreation of Hyrule Castle from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess possibly tops them all.

It's the work of 19 year old Joseph Zawada, who unveiled the masterpiece at Brickfair Virginia this year. Zawada explains that Twilight Princess is his favourite game in the franchise, and so he wanted to recreate the iconic castle.

This custom LEGO build took young Zawada two and a half years to finish, and it required two cars to transport all of the pieces to the fair. The roof was quite tricky as Zawada had to learn how to make the bricks appear to be curved. He also spent a lot of time making sure that the vegetation on the castle grounds and walls appear as organic as possible.

To see more photos you can head over to his Flickr page or watch the video below. Be sure to leave a comment below to let you know what you think of this creation.

With thanks to Ryan Millar for the heads up.

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