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Pate-keetongu worked on and off for nearly two years to build LEGO miniatures of Thorin Oakenshield and his companions in his journey to take back Erebor. As with great LEGO builds, these dwarven dwarves – plus a hobbit and a maia– are bursting with details, especially their beards.
Bev-Link and Fish Brewing have teamed up to make beer for nerds who like Hobbits and wizards with long beards. This series of 10% ABV Hobbit themed beers is just what you need to quench your thirst while watching a ten-hour marathon of Peter Jackson movies.
Hobbits don’t need much room, although they do like a little space in their home, which is why they usually build theirs in the sides of hills. However, today’s Hobbit is a busy creature. Always on the go, starring in this movie and that movie.
The Japanese art of cultivating bonsai is an exercise in patience and effort. Bonsai enthusiast Chris Guise added a bit of geekery to the art form by making a miniature replica of Bilbo Baggin’s humble hobbit home, Bag End.
Fans of The Hobbit have probably dreamed about living in a Hobbit hole house and having large hairy feet. This will get you one of the two, if you like tiny dwellings. While these Hobbit houses are not underground, they are quaint little homes fit for small humans pretending to be Hobbits.