I'm a collector of old LEGO toys. In January 2011 I got the original LEGO doll clothes from the 1950s. Unfortunately the original doll was missing. So I decided to build a doll out of LEGO bricks.
Later my mother and I decided also to build a whole house for him with television, telephone, typewriter, etc. in 1958 style.
It's our largest MOC and we also think it's our best.
About this creation
The original LEGO Mascot doll can be seen here:
Our MOC have been exhibited at:
LEGO Fan Weekend 2011 in Skærbæk, Denmark.
A LEGO exhibition in 2011 in Kundby, Denmark
LEGO World 2012 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Klodsfest 2012 in Roskilde, Denmark.
In November 2012 our MOC will also be exhibit at LEGO Fanwelt in Cologne, Germany.
Wow!! I'm speechless. This is amazing, I love it all. So detailed and impressive. My favorite part is the fact that you did an interior. Most people don't. LEGO houses with interiors are my speciality. Clearly yours as well. I hope too see another creation from you. You've got a real talent here.
That's wonderful "retro" and a adorable MOC with so much lovingly details. Eye catching and heartwarming, great build! I'm missing your fine Rasmund figures here, I love much...! They are part of my youth (I'm 54 years) and our kids love them too. Would be great you'll post them too! Greets to Denmark from Germany! :)
At first, I didn't even saw this was Lego.... Awesome work! I just love all those details. 5 smilies!
I like it
September 9, 2012
Incredible !! A proper lego house right down to his breakfast and lego, lego models. I never knew Lego had this chap as the Mascot, interesting stuff. A tribute to the Lego Company and all their lego fans !>.....very well done
Unnnngh!!! Unnngh!!! I'm trying to pick up my yaw, but it's really hard to do that, after seeing this MOC. Simply amazing. The amount of details, clever ways of brick usage just make this house a masterpiece. I cannot decide which part is my favourite; the 50's looks of the bathroom, simple, but incredible vacuum cleaner, typewriter, old toys, staircase, everthing has a character of its own. After a long day of studying you've made my evening a lot nicer. Congratulations again!
Quoting El Barto !
Impressive! That fig looks so much like a person in a suit, too, making the whole thing look life size. A breakdown of how the typewriter is built would be nice as well. Amazing work throughout!