Lego Futuron Spaceship

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When space travel finally becomes commonplace, we’re pretty sure it won’t be star-fighters or giant space robots occupying the void. No, it’ll be humble utility vehicles, ferrying stuff from somewhere to somewhere else, so that Jonathan from Dallas can get a new cat scratching post by tomorrow lunchtime.

Cue spaceruner’s excellent ‘FT23W3’, a ‘Futuron Worker Class Utility Spacecraft’ complete with a crew of three, an on-board last-mile delivery vehicle, and a big yellow crate full of pointless Amazon Prime orders.

Apart from needing a crew (the space delivery ships of the future will surely be drones), we reckon spaceruner’s creation could well be an accurate window into the not too distant future of seriously boring space travel*. There’s more of it to see on Flickr, and you can click the link above to choose your shipping option.

Lego Futuron Spaceship

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*Why else would Jeff Bezos be going up there?