Sunday, February 03, 2008

Lego New York City





See more of Sean Kenney's amazing Lego artwork here!

18 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow! I could never build that!!!

8:31 PM  
Blogger Spring said...

WOW!!! I mean... WOW!!!

8:52 PM  
Anonymous Nellie said...

Just imagine how long that must have taken to build!

11:54 AM  
Blogger Spring said...

{john} ... coooooooooooooooool

1:57 PM  
Blogger SAMEANANYMOUS said...

coolest thing made of legos efa

5:38 PM  
Blogger Jin Ai said...

Holy *insert expletive here* !!

6:12 PM  
Blogger ookamishinzui said...

That is sooooo cool! And I dont ever really like legos....but i like seeing what other people have built.

7:08 PM  
Blogger Jin Ai said...

Remember when you mentioned earlier that you were planning to take kick boxing lessons?
It sounds interesting; where are you planning to do so?
Haha, and no, this isn't another one of my crazy plans to follow you home and place a bomb under-
*ahem*
I'd love to do that as well, but I'm already doing fencing, and although it does help to walk down the street while carrying a long weapon [haha], I think that some sort of martial arts would be more practical, because you're meant to be able to protect yourself if somebody starts punching you.

8:48 PM  
Blogger LittleChar said...

COOOOOOOOOOOOLLLLLLL!!! I am such a sucker for this stuff!

8:53 PM  
Anonymous Raph said...

Jin Ai: I do fencing too. xD I know what you mean about the impracticality. Besides, foils are blunt so they can only bruise and.. um.. jab.
But, I also do ji do kwan, which is a type of martial arts. :) Fun!

Oh, and about this post: ahem... awesomeeeeeeee.

2:01 AM  
Anonymous Hazel said...

I took fencing in 4th grade. It was really fun.

9:56 AM  
Anonymous Lara said...

Hey, had anyone been to Legoland????
ive never been but my mum has been to the one thats in Denmark when she was a kid. She said it was really cool!!!

1:45 PM  
Anonymous Elizabeth said...

The lego city is really cool. I built a really big castle/fort thing that I could hide in once when I was around four. It was fun but it took up most of the living room so it ended up being taken apart.

Hey Jin Ai, fencing sounds cool. I've never taken fencing lessons but I do study Keichu-Do, which is a form of Martial Arts (American, invented in the 40's, it's like a mixture of Judo, Karate, and a few other Martial Arts).

2:56 PM  
Blogger ookamishinzui said...

it seems like evey one can do martial arts! I wish I did. My sister took karate then now she takes kung-fu, which was MY idea! Maybe I'll take it in the summer....

7:42 PM  
Anonymous ananka said...

Jin Ai: At Crunch. I've got a trainer there. But I highly recommend karate. There's a really fabulous dojo on twenty-third and sixth. If you're interested, I'll dig up the name. I used to take classes there until I got a little overzealous and hurt my wrist.

6:57 PM  
Blogger Mysterie said...

Wow! That's amazing!

10:47 PM  
Blogger Mysterie said...

Is anyone else thinking OCD here!? just joking ;)

10:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh I saw this at LegoLand. The Structure is AMAZING!

1:05 AM  

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