Minifigure Monday celebrates LEGO® figurines and art. What is more, once a month, I take a pop-culture image and recreate it using LEGO® characters, photography, and digital editing. This month the film 10,000 BC gets the LEGO-fied treatment.
In 2008, the film 10,000 BC hit theaters. It did fairly well at the box office, but critics did not receive it well. It is not my favorite move, but I found it entertaining as a work of pure fiction.
This month’s LEGO-fied project resulted from set 60193, the Arctic Air Transport. The set came with a saber tooth cat, which immediately inspired me to make this post. I did not get around to it until recently, but better late than never. The cave man came from the Caveman and Cavewoman Minifigure set given away with purchases at the LEGO® Store back in 2017.
Click here to read about Arctic Air Transport.
Click here to read about the Caveman & Cavewoman set.
I hope you enjoyed this month’s LEGO-fied project. Feel free to share your thoughts on anything in this post in the comments below. I would love to chat about this project, the sets mentioned, or even the movie! Also, if there’s a LEGO-fied project you want to see, let me know. If I have the pieces, I might be able to make it happen!
Until next time,
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