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Why So Serious?

July can't come soon enough. FGR wanted some lego men today... so I borrowed Mr. Joker from my roommate. The beginning part of this shot was pretty bland... then started adding different elements and now I love it! Originally I was going to smear lip stick all over my face, but then decided against that. In other news, printed another 270 shirts today with SPSA people. Well, it was only 78 shirts, we printed the rest yesterday.

Whoa! Made it to #4 in explore... an all time high :) Thanks!!

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  1. jProgr 55 months ago | reply

    :p Rapido

  2. grenade scorpion 55 months ago | reply

    congrats on being the most popular lego thing on flickr!

  3. Maxwell Edison* 54 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called World of Disturbia, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  4. muckli 53 months ago | reply

    this is sunny. made my day smile. :)

  5. Iceniner_1 [deleted] 51 months ago | reply

    very creative, brought a smile to my face. Good work, i never knew lego could be so evil!

  6. kenna27 51 months ago | reply

    Absolutely halarious!!

  7. youmakemebeautiful [deleted] 51 months ago | reply

    I love it!
    Great shot!

  8. HuntrRamo 50 months ago | reply

    LOL real funny:D

  9. whitingke 49 months ago | reply

    very very clever!!! I am glad you take your work seriously.

  10. trentcle002 46 months ago | reply

    attack of legos!!!!

  11. kelbel20 42 months ago | reply

    i love this. lol

  12. s.kosoris 41 months ago | reply

    oh wow, what an amazing idea! so perfect!

  13. Pie101 [deleted] 38 months ago | reply

    Dude cool, the blood look very real

  14. GoBigReds! 38 months ago | reply

    hey ill buy?

  15. Original Dork 10 months ago | reply

    I said don't blink!

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