Real Life LEGO Mini-Figures in Amusing Situations
These funky photographs of ‘real-life’ LEGO Minifigures were expertly captured by French photographer, Samsofy, who has created a variety of humourous situations and setups featuring our favourite little plastic marvels! Check out the image of the man fishing for sardines out of a tin…
Real-life lego minifigures showing C3-PO and R2D2
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Famous Artwork-based LEGO man in Bowler Hat looking at Apple
Lego minifigure of Spiderman stood on a rope
Lego minifigure of man cleaning the lens of a DLSR camera
LEGO men in training
LEGO Magneto wraps Wolverine in a large metalic spoon
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LEGO Superman lifts up a very heavy metal grate with one arm
Two LEGO chefs carrying some colored Macaroons
LEGO Magneto opens a jar of jam with his mind
A LEGO street worker cracks the pavement in half
LEGO Thor with his hammer
Real-life lego minifigure of a man fishing in a can of Sardines
Article from the Official LEGO Website: How are LEGO® toys made?
It all starts with tiny plastic granules. Trucks filled with granules drive up to the LEGO factory where giant hoses suck up the granules and then dump them into three-storey high metal silos (storage towers). There are 14 silos and each one can hold up to 33 tonnes of granules. From the silos, the plastic granules are fed down pipes to the moulding machines. Inside the moulding machines, the granules are superheated to a temperature of about 230°C (450 degrees Fahrenheit). This melted plastic goo is fed into moulds, little metal containers shaped like hollow LEGO… [read more here].
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The fascinating operations of a Lego factory…
Further Information // “Real Life LEGO Mini-Figures in Amusing Situations” // All the images shown within this post are © Copyright Samsofy.You can see more of is work over at the Samsofy website.
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