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Anatomy Of A Lego Minifig

Anatomy Of A Lego Minifig

By Evan Ackerman

We featured Jason Freeny’s anatomy of a balloon dog in May of last year, and since then, he’s dissected gummi bears and now a Lego minifig to show us how they operate. I didn’t realize the little guys had fingers and toes under there. And a nose. It’s very cool, but am I the only one who also finds it vaguely disturbing…?

You can buy prints of Jason’s artwork here.

[ Jason Freeny ] VIA [ Geekologie ]







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3 responses to “Anatomy Of A Lego Minifig”

  1. adf32 says:

    An Artist did some similar thing in the museum of natur history (my translation…) basel (switzerland) with the skeleton of comic figures like bugs bunny and donald duck:

    http://www.nmb.bs.ch/ausstellungen/vergangene-a
    http://www.20min.ch/unterhaltung/kult/story/208

  2. adf32 says:

    An Artist did some similar thing in the museum of natur history (my translation…) basel (switzerland) with the skeleton of comic figures like bugs bunny and donald duck:

    http://www.nmb.bs.ch/ausstellungen/vergangene-a
    http://www.20min.ch/unterhaltung/kult/story/208

  3. adf32 says:

    An Artist did some similar thing in the museum of natur history (my translation…) basel (switzerland) with the skeleton of comic figures like bugs bunny and donald duck:

    http://www.nmb.bs.ch/ausstellungen/vergangene-a
    http://www.20min.ch/unterhaltung/kult/story/208