Fast Cars, Fancy Shoes… and Pink Castles?

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Fast Cars, Fancy Shoes… and Pink Castles?

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07th june 2012 at 21:04
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This week’s most popular bookmarks were very close to consisting entirely of traditionally masculine MOCs – if it wasn’t for one very pink and girly castle which received the most comments this week.  It’s good to know that there is such diversity within the community!

Most Viewed

PONY CAR: A LEGO® CREATION BY NATHANAEL KUIPERS

PONY CAR: A LEGO® CREATION BY NATHANAEL KUIPERS

This supercar was inspired by pony cars, the Ford Mustang in particular (although this bad boy looks like it eats Mustangs for breakfast). With well over 1,200 views, it’s clear people are ogling this sports car’s curves and stripes – can you blame them? 

Most Commented

PINK POLAR PALACE

PINK POLAR PALACE

All the comments on this one agree:  this castle is very pink. It’s not often you see an all pink castle, even in LEGO ® brick form! But as Benjamin_Hu puts it, “Who says all castles should be gray?” You can tell Brickmommy took a lot of time putting this together and collecting those bricks – and this was even built before LEGO ® Friends even hit the shelves!

 

Highest Rated

REEBOK KAMP OG

REEBOK KAMP OG

These may appear to be ordinary shoes at first glance, but when you look more closely, you see these are anything but ordinary.  Built for Vienna’s rap legend, KAMP ONE, by Orionpaxone, these shoes have impressed many—making them the highest rated bookmark this week.

 

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