This is how I play with Legos.
It's the best way to play.
I find ever Legoman head in the large Rubbermaid container that holds them, often to the chagrin of others enjoying LEGO DAY with me (LEGO DAY is an arbitrary announcement of "hey, bring your LEGOs over here, biatch!" and involves college students reenacting the Colbert Report and forgetting about their stop-motion animation all together because Snakes on a motherfucking Plane distracted them), and pile them onto the most naked Legoman I can find in the box. He then proudly struts his stuff until someone breaks off a piece of that <s>Kit-Kat Bar</s> Legoman HEADSTACK.
I'm thinking about submitting this into a group gallery show that'll be held in Detroit in February. I haven't decided the type of paper it'll br printed out on yet, but I need to get it as well as my application in asap.
Legoman design is (c) the Lego Group, which is based in Denmark (Wikipedia told me so). I take no claim for having come up with the basic design. I simply have expressed my own illustration of it as well as how one should utilize it.
Artwork (c) 2007 M. Winkler/www.acrylicana.com. Artwork not for your use. Albeit featuring it with links back to this account or my website are acceptable. I like it when people speak of me in a favorable manner. I also wonder how many people read my subtext.