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LEGO Punctured Torus

You can find many more mathematical LEGO sculptures here.

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Lego Colosseum

The Lego image pictured below is from Dr Abigail Graham (@abby_fecit), an archaeology-minded historian and Romanophile. Her article is titled: “Reconstructing the Past: Lego Colosseum & 8 reasons why Lego is great training for an archaeologist.” Source: https://bit.ly/37xiwt2

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Typology of lego computers

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Custom Legos

Chris McVeigh is the creator of these custom Lego sets. (Check out his website here to see more of his creations. Hat tip: @kottke.)

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More Lego Art

We’ve shared many examples of “Lego Art” in previous blog posts (see here). This spring, 13 new works of LEGO art are on display at Leu Gardens in Orlando, Florida. These works are by Lego artist Sean Kenney. (Check out … Continue reading

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Lego art

Read more about the “Lego Mona Lisa” in Duncan Macleod’s post: Lego Masters in Pixel Art.

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Lego world map

  Dirk B. created a scale map of the world out of LEGO bricks. You can read more about his project here and here.

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Lego art (Dome of the Rock edition)

From Wikipedia (footnotes omitted): “The Dome of the Rock — Arabic: قبة الصخرة‎ (transliteration: Qubbat Al-Sakhrah), Hebrew: כיפת הסלע‎ (transliteration: Kipat Hasela) — is a shrine located on the Temple Mount in the Old City of Jerusalem … [It] is now one of … Continue reading

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Lego-Air Car

Hat tip: kottke. More here.

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Map of Paris (1780)

Although this beautiful pocket map of prerevolutionary Paris was produced in 1780 by the famed cartographers Jacques Esnauts and Michel Rapilly, several years after Adam Smith’s residency in the City of Lights in 1766, it gives us some idea of … Continue reading

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