Jordan Schwartz‘s use of fabuland and scala figure parts are encroaching the bounds of ethics, creating mutants that many have commented as disturbing. Check out Toby the Piglet, Blizzard the Dragon, and Lederhosen Goat.
Jordan Schwartz has built an interesting scene, if pigs in speedos interest you. I wish I could erase it from my mind! But I had to check out the details in this weird little scene. The beach ball, the ducky float-tube, the towel on the sand. Excellent!
Good job, Jordan, now I have even more issues than before…
Jordan Schwartz is one of those builders we’d like to blog more often, but with new creations just about every day, we’re not quite ready to turn The Brothers Brick into the Sir Nadroj Show. ;-)
Jordan’s latest is an adorable Fabuland scene (aren’t they all?) depicting a pair of Fabuland characters squaring off in a sumo ring:
…gently down the stream to the Fabuland Riverbank. SlyOwl’s newest creation is an incredible piece of eye candy. From the flowing river to the autumnal tree, from the exotic cheeses to the lightup fireplace, this creation is bursting with whimsical details.
Jordan Schwartz’s (SirNadroj) fascination with the Fabuland theme is spreading its presence to everywhere. His latest work encroaches upon two themes of my world: surrealism and black fantasy. The result is something dynamically hilarious in my opinion. Nice work Jordan, way to bring the Fabuland happiness plague to the dark realm of interdimensional and biomechanical despair :)
Fellow Brisbanite Fedde (Cthulu) takes some Fabuland, a sugar pill and follows it with some pure sucrose. The result is delightful.
Sir Nadroj has recently gotten into Fabuland, a range of LEGO sets from the late 1970’s through the 1980’s.
His latest creation includes a walrus, a beloved blue bucket, and, well, that’s all that really matters in life, isn’t it?
There’s a video showing how the boat rocks back and forth:
A lovely tractor driven by a pig:
Now when was the last time we featured Fabuland here on The Brothers Brick? I can’t remember, but this is a pretty sweet goaty, cave thing by Sir Nadroj.