LEGO Stay Puft Marshmallow Man

May 28, 2014

Category: Living

No matter how many times we try to create our own Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, we never can get above his kneecaps before we start ingesting those tasty white building blocks. Thankfully, someone else has stepped up to the plate (and wisely avoided using marshmallows) and delivered a spectacular LEGO version of the cuddly-but-evil character from Ghostbusters.

Apparently living on a diet of Red Bulls and energy bars, Korean building team OliverSeon also created an entire minifig city to scale. They even included our proton pack-packing heroes, ready to keep Senor Stay Puft from trashing what could pass for a tiny Times Square. We raise a glass of Hi-C Ecto Cooler to the guys at OliverSeon. Well done, gents!

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