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LEGO Portrait: Christopher

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This is my son, Christopher. He is six and very proud of having lost two teeth in recent months. The mosaic doesn’t actually portray him minus two teeth, though that might be a fun one to try. The photo I used was taken a few months ago, and I’d actually done a lot of the […]

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LEGO Portrait: Bob and Larry

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A Few Quick Facts: Size: 30″ x 30″ Pieces used: 4,212 (1×1’s, 1×2’s, 1×3’s, 1×4’s, 1×6’s, 1×8’s, 2×2’s, 2×3’s, 2×4’s) Colors used: 15  (Black, Blue, Brown, Dark Blue, Dark Grey (dk. bley), Lime, Light Blue, Green, Light Grey (lt. bley), Orange, Pink, Red, Tan, White, Yellow) The inspiration for this portrait mosaic After the great […]

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Bert, Side-Scroller Wannabe

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Who is Bert? Okay, bit of a long story here. We’re going to take a trip back to the late ’80’s. Yes, I’m a child of he 80’s. Okay, born in 1976, but Ronald Reagan is still the first president I remember. And a good one at that. But that’s not what we’re here for… […]

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The Duckingham Logo … now in plastic brick!

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This mosaic has a storied past. (Does that mean that my 3-year-old son Patrick, hiding behind Duckingham’s mosaic, is symbolizing that storied past? …nah.) Several years ago I decided that I wanted to become a website developer. I was near the beginning of my mid-life crisis (a running joke I have, referring to my previous […]

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LEGO Portrait: Darth Maul

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What’s not to love about a guy that gets chopped in half by Obi Wan Kenobi? Anyhow, this bad boy measures in at 20″x30″ (64×96 LEGO pixels) and is comprised of eleven colors: black, light bluish grey, dark blue, dark bluish grey, dark pink, orange,  red, reddish brown, sand green, tan, and yellow. I found […]

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