Illustrator and designer Akihiro Mizuuchi designed a modular system for creating edible chocolate LEGO bricks. Chocolate is first poured into precisely designed moulds that after cooling can be popped out and used as regular LEGOs.
Edible Chocolate LEGO Bricks by http://sparebutton.jp/
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Illustrator and designer Akihiro Mizuuchi designed a modular system for creating edible chocolate LEGO bricks. Chocolate is first poured into precisely designed moulds that after cooling can be popped out and used as regular LEGOs.
Edible Chocolate LEGO Bricks by http://sparebutton.jp/
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Illustrator and designer Akihiro Mizuuchi designed a modular system for creating edible chocolate LEGO bricks. Chocolate is first poured into precisely designed moulds that after cooling can be popped out and used as regular LEGOs.
Edible Chocolate LEGO Bricks by http://sparebutton.jp/
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Illustrator and designer Akihiro Mizuuchi designed a modular system for creating edible chocolate LEGO bricks. Chocolate is first poured into precisely designed moulds that after cooling can be popped out and used as regular LEGOs.
Edible Chocolate LEGO Bricks by http://sparebutton.jp/
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Illustrator and designer Akihiro Mizuuchi designed a modular system for creating edible chocolate LEGO bricks. Chocolate is first poured into precisely designed moulds that after cooling can be popped out and used as regular LEGOs.
Edible Chocolate LEGO Bricks by http://sparebutton.jp/
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Illustrator and designer Akihiro Mizuuchi designed a modular system for creating edible chocolate LEGO bricks. Chocolate is first poured into precisely designed moulds that after cooling can be popped out and used as regular LEGOs.
Edible Chocolate LEGO Bricks by http://sparebutton.jp/
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Illustrator and designer Akihiro Mizuuchi designed a modular system for creating edible chocolate LEGO bricks. Chocolate is first poured into precisely designed moulds that after cooling can be popped out and used as regular LEGOs.
Edible Chocolate LEGO Bricks by http://sparebutton.jp/
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Illustrator and designer Akihiro Mizuuchi designed a modular system for creating edible chocolate LEGO bricks. Chocolate is first poured into precisely designed moulds that after cooling can be popped out and used as regular LEGOs.

Edible Chocolate LEGO Bricks by http://sparebutton.jp/

Giant Lego Bridge in Germany by http://www.megx.de/?p=1059
In October of last year street artist Megx converted a bridge in Wuppertal, Germany into a giant Lego structure using colored panels that create the illusion of being the underside of Lego bricks. The bridge itself is part of the Wuppertal Bewegung e.V., an old train line that has been converted to a pedestrian and cycle path. See much more on his website. Photos above courtesy Lukas Power and Rolf Dellenbusch. (via kastormag)
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Giant Lego Bridge in Germany by http://www.megx.de/?p=1059
In October of last year street artist Megx converted a bridge in Wuppertal, Germany into a giant Lego structure using colored panels that create the illusion of being the underside of Lego bricks. The bridge itself is part of the Wuppertal Bewegung e.V., an old train line that has been converted to a pedestrian and cycle path. See much more on his website. Photos above courtesy Lukas Power and Rolf Dellenbusch. (via kastormag)
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Giant Lego Bridge in Germany by http://www.megx.de/?p=1059
In October of last year street artist Megx converted a bridge in Wuppertal, Germany into a giant Lego structure using colored panels that create the illusion of being the underside of Lego bricks. The bridge itself is part of the Wuppertal Bewegung e.V., an old train line that has been converted to a pedestrian and cycle path. See much more on his website. Photos above courtesy Lukas Power and Rolf Dellenbusch. (via kastormag)
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Giant Lego Bridge in Germany by http://www.megx.de/?p=1059
In October of last year street artist Megx converted a bridge in Wuppertal, Germany into a giant Lego structure using colored panels that create the illusion of being the underside of Lego bricks. The bridge itself is part of the Wuppertal Bewegung e.V., an old train line that has been converted to a pedestrian and cycle path. See much more on his website. Photos above courtesy Lukas Power and Rolf Dellenbusch. (via kastormag)
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Giant Lego Bridge in Germany by http://www.megx.de/?p=1059

In October of last year street artist Megx converted a bridge in Wuppertal, Germany into a giant Lego structure using colored panels that create the illusion of being the underside of Lego bricks. The bridge itself is part of the Wuppertal Bewegung e.V., an old train line that has been converted to a pedestrian and cycle path. See much more on his website. Photos above courtesy Lukas Power and Rolf Dellenbusch. (via kastormag)