LEGO Molds Turn Chocolate Into Edible Bricks
Japanese Artist, Akihito Mizuuchi, designed a precise mould that turns melted chocolate into edible LEGO bricks. via dezeen
Chocolate Lego by Akihiro Mizuuchi
Akihiro Mizuuchi formed moulds around real Lego pieces, which were used to make the individual chocolate bricks that he built into figurines.
…He designed each character in Lego bricks on his computer first, so he could calculate which components he would require and in what quantities.
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