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Annette Jung of Berlin animation studio Talking Animals created “Lego Dance,” a 30-second animation of Michael Jackson dancing, using only LEGO bricks. (via Laughing Squid)

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You may have already seen this because it’s awesome and a lot of people are talking about it, but I’m going to post it anyway because it includes three of my favorite things: Invisible Creature, Lego, and my friend Dave Taylor, whose name is on one of the boxes in the video here, and whose house I’m going to break into so I can steal his copy of the Eye Creature set.

Eye Creature (by Invisible Creature)

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These guys are having too much fun. Brothers Marcin (Xulm) and Przemek (Surpiko) are drawing all the awesome LEGO sets from their childhood. Check out the rest of them on both their blog and flickr.

Also check out their individual websites and blogs, good stuff there too:

Marcin (Xulm) xulm.blogspot.com and xulm.pl

Przemek (Surpiko) surpiko.blogspot.com and surpiko.pl

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(via Expired patent of the day: Lego – Boing Boing)

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Lego Anatomy Skeleton: 3/4, Skull (by Clay Morrow)

Lego Anatomy Skeleton: 3/4, Skull (by Clay Morrow)

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Chicken Walker (by MacLane)

Chicken Walker (by MacLane)

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LEGO Robot Santa Claus
Just in time for… aw geez, it’s not even December yet. Regardless, Mark Anderson created this perfect LEGO version of Futurama’s Robot Santa.

LEGO Robot Santa Claus

Just in time for… aw geez, it’s not even December yet. Regardless, Mark Anderson created this perfect LEGO version of Futurama’s Robot Santa.

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LEGO® STAR WARS™: BOMBAD BOUNTY (via LEGOClubTV)

Injecting Jar Jar into the original Star Wars trilogy turns out to be more enjoyable than anticipated.

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Burned House made of LEGO by Mike Doyle
This is absolutely stunning. I’m not sure how he got all the subtle shades of black and white. This is pure LEGO, not those awful pre-packaged, based-on-something-from-a-movie kits they sell now, where you can only build what the box package shows you.

Burned House made of LEGO by Mike Doyle

This is absolutely stunning. I’m not sure how he got all the subtle shades of black and white. This is pure LEGO, not those awful pre-packaged, based-on-something-from-a-movie kits they sell now, where you can only build what the box package shows you.