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PICKING UP THE PIECES

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Now that the US has been knocked out of the World Cup and my summer’s ruined, it seems fitting to look back at how it all began for our boys in South Africa.  Lego put together this great, and eerily accurate, video of England goalkeeper, Robert Green’s blunder in the opening match, which helped us eventually win the group.

Funny thing about the Lego representation is that the movement is about as fluid as Green’s was throughout the match. Enjoy the rest of the tournament, and recall the joy our boys brought us for the two weeks that seemed to go by too fast.  Check it here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gXo2nm2ODF0

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Written by Corey Smith
Corey Smith

June 30th, 2010 at 4:17 pm

Posted in Sport and Spectacle

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THE CHANGING FACADE OF A CITY

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Snap fit

Snap fit

Combining several of my loves—New York City, Lego and architecture—Jan Vormann made NYC a stop on his tour of world, patching up holes and cracks in the city’s streets, sidewalks and buildings with a team ranging in age from 3 to 40 years old. The result being a charming lift to the every-day commute.

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Written by Katie Harrigan
Katie Harrigan

March 18th, 2010 at 3:48 pm

Posted in Art,Design,Discovery

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