Amazing LEGO insects and arthropods


8 Responses to “Amazing LEGO insects and arthropods”

  1. TWX says:

    Beautiful Lego creations…

    And all that I can think of is Zorak from Space Ghost/Coast to Coast…

  2. Nash Rambler says:

    Wow.  Skin-crawlingly realistic.

  3. When does it cross the line from “LEGO” to just a snap-together model? It seems like the pieces that comprise these kinds of thing bear very little resemblance to a LEGO.

    • xzzy says:

      What do you mean? Every piece in that mantis is a legit lego piece. Yes, lego has a lot more “special purpose” bricks than they did 30 years ago,  but this has also opened new avenues for creativity and problem solving.

      It’s just a lump of plastic. Any issues with finding creative uses for it is a user problem, not a toy problem.

  4. Luther Blissett says:

    David, this has been jumping up and down my feedreader for days now. But YOU posted the first reblog with the correct notion: arthropods. Not only insects. This has been really bugging me. Thank you!

  5. ohbejoyful says:

    And which aisle of the toy store will these be stocked in? The regular aisle, or the pink ghetto?

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