Duvarların Dili | Language of the Wall

The modular system offers a new way for building LEGO masterpieces – as well as a new way to indulge your sweet tooth! Mizzuchi’s molds pay incredible attention to detail, including the block’s signature circular nubs and underside grooves that allow the pieces to lock together. The plastic molds look a little like a Battleship board, with a grid of circular wells that become the LEGO pieces.

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The molds are also easy to use: simply heat chocolate of any variety until it melts, then pour the liquid into the mold. A few hours in the refrigerator, and the pieces can be popped out and used like any LEGO piece.  LEGO super fans can even add variety beyond the flavors of chocolate by adding food coloring to make more realistic LEGO pieces. The flexible molds also allow for different sized blocks, including two-by-two pieces, singular rows, and tiny one-unit LEGOs.

With your DIY chocolate LEGOs, you can build anything your heart desires – animals, skyscrapers or abstract sculptures. Endless creative building is at your finger tips, at least until your hunger takes over and your LEGO masterpiece becomes dessert!

+ Akihiro Mizuuchi

Via Ur Design Mag