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'Seinfeld' Gets the Lego Treatment

Published on July 22, 2014

For anyone who grew up playing with Lego sets, you probably used the iconic bricks to recreate your favorite movies and characters. If you're Eric Stevens, you do just that — and get international attention for it.

Stevens became a global star in January after he built a Lego version of Downton Abbey's castle and the show's characters. Those Lego custom creations caught the eye of Downton Abbey fans across the world, with outlets like People and Vanity Fair covering Stevens' work.

If the Downton Abbey sets are any sign, Stevens is about to go viral again. Over the weekend, he posted pictures on Facebook of his latest creation: The cast of Seinfeld and Jerry Seinfeld's apartment from the show.

"I think I designed Seinfeld pretty quickly after Downton came out," Stevens, 24 of Rochester, N.Y., told Popculturology. "I got a lot of suggestions for projects, but they were either things that had already been done (and done really well), or I had no interest in."

The main four Seinfeld characters have been transformed into Lego minifigures by Stevens, with Jerry, Elaine, George and Kramer all getting shrunk down. Jerry's apartment has many of the details a Seinfeld fan would expect, from the bicycle sticking out near the bathroom to the fridge that Kramer constantly raided.

Read the full article at Popculturology.
Bill Kuchman
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