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Wall Mounted Lego Calendar

Wall Mounted Lego Calendar

Vitamins design and invention studio in London has come up with a very creative way to stay organized in the shape of a wall mounted Lego calendar. The big calendar covers three months of the year, each gray stripe representing one day. Colored bricks represent assignments given to people and everyone at the office has their own minifig to show their presence on the calendar. They have made a software to synchronize digital calendar with their Lego calendar, and all that needs for it to get to action is emailing a picture of the Lego Calendar to a specific email address.

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Giant Lego Snow Globe on Display in London

Giant Lego Snow Globe on Display in London

world's biggest snow globe in london

Claimed to be the world’s largest Lego snow globe, this massive Lego sculpture is on display at Covent Garden in London. Lego master builder Duncan Titmarsh made use of 120,000 Lego bricks to create the sculpture that features 14 London landmarks and has a good eye for the London skyline. It took Titmarsh 75 days to complete the giant Lego snow globe that is beautiful and detailed.

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Tortoise Gets a Lego Wheel Prosthetic Leg

Tortoise Gets a Lego Wheel Prosthetic Leg

schildi tortoise with lego wheel prosthetic leg

This little guy was found in Germany. Abandoned and in poor shape, the Hermann tortoise was missing a part of his front leg. Schildi the tortoise soon found himself in the care of German veterinary clinic Bird Consulting International. His injured front leg was in such bad shape that it had to be amputated at the shoulder. While the process probably saved him from further harm, it created an obvious problem with the mobility of the tortoise.

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History of Britain Told in Lego Models

History of Britain Told in Lego Models

Spitfire and pilot from the Battle of Britain, 1940.

Master Lego builder James Pegrum is telling Britain’s long history in brief with Lego models to mark important events. The set starts from the construction of the Stonehenge at around 2500 BC, and goes on to Margaret Thatcher’s first day at 10 Downing Street. Hit ahead for a quick lesson in British history, told the way only Lego can tell.

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Lego Plush Slippers

Lego Plush Slippers

People make a big deal of stepping on sneaky Legos lying on the floor. That is probably because no one has ever put their feet inside one of these bricks. Allow me to tell you, that would feel good, as evidenced by the building brick slippers. They don’t look something quite comfortable to walk around in, but they will protect feet from their evil brethren. Cost $25.

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Life Size Superhero Replicas in Lego

Life Size Superhero Replicas in Lego

These lifesize Lego superhero and other popular character statues made an appearance at the San Diego Comic-con. The Superman statue is 7 feet tall, the Iron Man is 6.5 feet tall, plus they have Batman, Robin and Gandalf and The Hobbits keep them company.

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