I don’t get it

Whether it’s the demise of small nursery rhyme characters or even the occasional case of poultricide, British builder Barney Main has always had a flair for creating darkly humorous LEGO scenes that read like cartoon panels (often with fully brick-built backgrounds). So who better to interpret that classic animal-centric cartoon series The Far Side in LEGO than Barney?

1 comment on “I don’t get it

  1. Nicholas

    I saw this and the first thing I thought about was the children’s book: “MAKE WAY FOR THE DUCKLINGS” follow this link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Make_Way_for_Ducklings
    A statue representing one scene in the book is in Boston: The city of Boston, the setting of the book, has whole-heartedly embraced the story. In the Public Garden, where the Mallards eventually settled, a bronze statue has been erected of Mrs. Mallard and her eight ducklings. While the tallest statue stands only 38 inches (.97 meters) tall, the caravan of bronze ducks set in Boston cobblestone spans 35 feet (10.67 m) from front to back. The statue, installed October 4, 1987, was a tribute to Robert McCloskey “whose story … has made the Boston Public Garden familiar to children throughout the world.”: http://www.boston-discovery-guide.com/boston-public-garden.html
    Hey what do you want I am a retired teacher and teaching is part of my heart! have to share knowledge!

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