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Avid LEGO enthusiast looking for a job that pays enough to cover the cost of LEGOs and other living expenses.

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Dawn of the new wool order Schifio, master of the studs-out construction, brings us this incredibly cute lamb to celebrate the Chinese New Year, which marks the beginning of the year of the Sheep and/or Goat. Link
Updating the classics In recent years, LEGO set design has been going from strength to strength. However, as far as I am concerned, some of the sets I had as a child are really hard to beat. Build techniques have obviously moved on and new parts have been introduced, but particularly city sets from the late seventies and Continue reading → Link
LEGO Elves 41071 Aira’s Creative Workshop [Review] The LEGO Elves sets are out in the wild! I spotted some this evening at Toys R Us, and picked up a few. Happy birthday to me. The first set up for review is 41701 Aira’s Creative Workshop. This set is $9.99 and has 98 pieces. It will be available on the LEGO Shop online Continue reading → Link
Living in the past Swedish builder LegoJalex‘s ongoing exploration of the mundane trappings of the 70s and 80’s continue to fascinate me. They are almost like brick-built, still-life photo studies of life before we worried about such things as “ergonomics” and “NSFW”. If seeing a computer on every desk seems anachronistic for a 70’s office, remember these wouldn’t have Continue reading → Link
Dume and Nivawk As a kid I was a big fan of Bionicle, and this creation of Turaga Dume and Nivawk by Mitch (Gamma-Raay) evoked memories of the actual set that was released over 10 years ago. The silver markings in this model are really well integrated and add a lot of character to the beast. Link