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LEGO Spraycan Explosion: All Sorts of Awesomeness

by Range

Man, LEGOs are amazing. I’m always surprised at what hardcore LEGO enthusiasts can create with a few bricks. It definitely makes you want to get those old bricks out from the closet and see what you can do. This exploding can of spray paint was created by Cole Blaq, an AFOL (Adult Fan of LEGO) from Düsseldorf, Germany.

lego can exploding cole blaq afol

I’ve never thought about using bricks to put together an something like this, but I guess it takes all types. Capturing explosions and moving objects is one of the hardest tasks, not just in LEGO sculptures, but in any media. It’s surprising to see how accurate Cole’s creation is.

lego can exploding cole blaq afol

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Comments (2):

  1. Technabob says:

    It looks cool and all, but I’m never quite as impressed with these things as I would be if the LEGO creation only used traditional square and rectangular bricks. I certainly didn’t have day-glo lightning bolts in my LEGO sets when I was a kid.

  2. Range says:

    Me neither. When I finished playing with my LEGOs, I put together a sort of rendition of a Mil Mi gunship helicopter. My dad still has it in his office.

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