Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Lego Crausantz

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We love 'em.
sqeaketh the wheel, Oct 31 2012

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For Alterother. [jutta, Oct 31 2012]

It has now taken its place among the historical logos... http://www.halfbake...ditorial/logos.html
for squeaketh [lurch, Nov 01 2012]

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       You don't wanna get 'em in the instep, though.
Alterother, Oct 31 2012
  

       Aw, you recognized it! Thanks! I'd never really built anything that so aggressively doesn't look like the picture on the box before...
Happy Halloween!
jutta, Oct 31 2012
  

       Excellent! I'm not sure I even have all those colours in my (children's) Lego collection.
hippo, Oct 31 2012
  

       Excellent work Jutta. I even like the pop-up script.
AusCan531, Oct 31 2012
  

       Yes I forgot to look so it was a nice surprise! Excellent building work!
pocmloc, Oct 31 2012
  

       yeah- no rounded ones?? haha it does look crunchy!! +
xandram, Oct 31 2012
  

       It did make me wonder for a moment whether it would be possible to programmatically lego-ise a picture.
You'd define the ground plane, the scale and background colour (or mask off areas), it would then output the lego version. Possibly in an editable state for tweaking.
Loris, Oct 31 2012
  

       Cubes [+]
8th of 7, Oct 31 2012
  

       An entire croissant for you, Lego Lass.
baconbrain, Oct 31 2012
  

       Is there a Halloween ghost lurking in that croissant?
xenzag, Oct 31 2012
  

       Very Cool. Boo!!!
blissmiss, Oct 31 2012
  

       Brava, Jutta!
csea, Oct 31 2012
  

       Well done [jutta] !
cromagnon, Nov 01 2012
  

       ...but is it art?
DrBob, Nov 01 2012
  

       Loris: .. and then build the lego version from bricks with a robot!   

       You could even apply some sort of compression by replacing one brick close to the viewer with four in the distance, depending on whether you need the color change.   

       That would be very strange.
jutta, Nov 01 2012
  

       <day after Halloween> I want the Lego croissant back!
sqeaketh the wheel, Nov 01 2012
  

       Loris, I'm guessing that's baked somewhere.
RayfordSteele, Nov 01 2012
  

       Thank you [lurch]<link>. I will visit the Lego croissant often.
sqeaketh the wheel, Nov 03 2012
  
      
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