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Video: Lego Pizza Delivery Part 2

Slice Meredith Smith 3 comments

The Lego pizza pursuit intensifies in this continuation of the stop-motion Lego Pizza Delivery video. On a related note, have you seen this Lego Legend Pizza To Go reissue? Watch the first Lego Pizza Delivery here » About the author: Meredith Smith is the Slice editor. You can follow her on Twitter: @mertsmith.... More

Photo Break: Domino's Delivery in Legos

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Ford Focus 2011 - Dominos Pizza Delivery

[Photograph: Lego911 on Flickr]

This is kind of cute. Peter Blackert (aka Lego911 on Flickr) apparently specializes in building vehicles from Legos. Here's his vision for a Ford Focus kitted out as a Domino's delivery car.


Badass Custom Lego Pizza Man

Slice Meredith Smith 4 comments

Hunting around for a Lego pizza piece, I came across this custom job on Tabletown Diary. The guy who built this got his pizza stickers from the City Corner (7641) set. Eureka! This set has the pizza piece AND a table built to hold pizzas— which you can check out in this video. More

Video: Lego Pizza Delivery

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In-N-Out Made from Legos

A Hamburger Today Adam Kuban 1 comment

bruce.kus-numa.net Gordon Mark just pointed me toward an awesome In-N-Out Lego construction at Bruce Lowell's website. There's a whole series of photos of this In-N-Out store in various scenarios—employees lined up outside, a crew adding the iconic boomerang arrow... More

Cooking 'Chicken' in a Lego Rotisserie Oven

Adam Kuban 1 comment

Plastic-block mastermind Martin Jaspers has crafted a rotisserie oven from Legos. It even lights up and spins the chickens. I don't know about you, but when I was a kid, we didn't have all these fancy pieces. We had to make do with mundane strips and blocks and the occasional spaceship canopy from a Lego space set. Video of the oven in action, after the jump.... More

Photo of the Day: Classic Skyscraper Lunch Scene, Recreated with Legos

Erin Zimmer 2 comments

Photograph from Balakov on Flickr Recognize the reference to the Charles Ebbets photograph Lunch Atop a Skyscraper? British photographer Mike Stimpson was inspired to recreate this and other iconic scenes using Legos. Our favorite plastic friends must be pretty ravenous after a rough day of building the Rockefeller Center. The only thing that concerns me: those plastic lunch pails look empty. [via Wired]... More

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