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Milwaukee Dad of two Lego crazy kids. We started off with my Lego collection from when I was a kid and have built and built from there. Favorites include space vehicles, castles and stop motion movies.
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The old man of the forest Orangutans are my favorite of the extant great apes. These beautiful, critically endangered creatures live gentle, often solitary lives in the forests of Sumatra and Borneo. New Flickr member AnActionfigure is quickly demonstrating mastery of animal figures in LEGO — this LEGO orangutan was the first model AnActionfigure posted, and his/her photostream is already full Continue reading → Link
Mondrian house Lego lends itself to building lines and rectangles, so it’s easy to imagine how it’s possible imitate the art of Piet Mondrian. oasisv JO takes it to another level by building a modern house in Mondrian’s style. Visit Flickr for more pictures and other architectural goodies from the builder. Link
Tales of Samsara Korean builder Amida Na has created a series of fantasy characters with individual backstories that he calls Tales of Samsara. As an avid character builder myself, I’m always fascinated to see innovative scales, styles and techniques being used for these kinds of builds – and these are just brilliant!       Link
The forced perspective is strong with this one Because there’s no such thing as too many Star Wars builds, Cecilie Fritzvold has created these neat minifig-scale replicas of two locations from the least worst of the prequel movies. (Check out her photostream for alternative angles). Dex’s Diner The Jedi Archives Link
8-bit obscurity rongYIREN has been bringing us mecha and hardsuits with an organic feel for nearly as long as we’ve been blogging mecha. Rong’s latest is inspired by the 8-bit video game TwinBee, released on the original NES back in 1986, which those of you in the impoverished West couldn’t play until it was re-released in a Continue reading → Link