Thursday, May 31, 2012

A Stitch in time

Alyse & Remi Gagne made this great Stitch. You can see a closer-up image here, but his ears are cut off in that photo.

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

A day at the beach

Another interactive mosaic sponsored by the Orlando LEGO store, this time from the 2010 Festival of the Masters.

Monday, May 28, 2012

Best of Friends

During the 2009 Festival of the Masters at Downtown Disney Orlando, the LEGO Store sponsored this group build mosaic. Event attendees built small portions that got assembled to ultimately reveal this scene.

Sunday, May 27, 2012

Saturday, May 26, 2012

Piggy Bank

Fabione made this piggy bank based on Uncle Scrooge's money bin. You can support this as a potential product on Cuusoo.

Friday, May 25, 2012

Pizza Planet Truck

Rick_3691 gave this take on the most recognizable vehicle in all of Pixar-land (this based on the argument that Lightning McQueen and Mater are characters, not vehicles).

Monday, May 21, 2012

They say the neon lights are bright ...

... on Broadway. And that's where you can see the Lion King. Figures from the stage production here by Jtredders91. I hope he eventually makes these in the brick.

Friday, May 18, 2012

Downtown Disney Anaheim

The LEGO Store at Downtown Disney Anaheim has reopened. These photos all come from the Orange County Register.

I've already noted the Sleeping Beauty, Aladdin and Toy Story sculptures. Here we see a couple of good pictures of the Beauty and the Beast, with Gaston and Lumiere.

Another thing I hadn't seen before is the underside of the Magic Carpet.

And some full shots of the Sleeping Beauty and Toy Story displays, which we'd seen from behind the construction fence before.

Also, some other features of the store include a free play area and a huge Pick-a-Brick wall.

Monday, May 7, 2012

Tale as old as time

Edulyoung, aka Amida, made this amazing Beauty and the Beast music box. Be sure to watch the video to see the figures dancing to the music.

Friday, May 4, 2012

To Anaheim and beyond!

It looks like the Toy Story sculpture in Anaheim is the same as the one in Orlando, except they've added a big mosaic background. It looks like the construction fence is still up around the store, so we're getting photos of what we can see over the wall (though Ezractly seems to have gotten a sneak peek inside the store).

Thursday, May 3, 2012

Best ... Disney villain ... ever!

When I read that the new makeover of the LEGO Store in Downtown Disney Anaheim would include displays of Toy Story and Sleeping Beauty, I'd assumed that they would be the same as those in Orlando. So I was happy to see that they are not (or at least that is true of the Sleeping Beauty one). Ezractly has a picture of the huge Maleficent. I'm still waiting to see someone post images of the reported Toy Story and Beauty and the Beast displays.