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September 1, 2009 at 4:00pm

LEGO at the Telephone Room

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LEGO LEGO, Danish for "Ahhh! Who the hell left this on the floor!" has a kickass gadget on its Web site. Go to LEGO.com and download the LEGO Digital Designer software, and with digital bricks, create whatever comes into your head: the Murray Morgan Bridge, Colin’s beard, your apartment (complete with empty PBR cans). It’s rocking cool.

If you would rather look at completed LEGO works of art, check out the LEGO Show opening tomorrow in the very tiny Telephone Room gallery. The gallery will kick off this Dan Creamer exhibit with an opening reception tomorrow from 5-9 p.m. Afterward, you’ll have to make an appointment to see the show, which ends Sept. 31.

The Telephone Room has been having fun with LEGOs on its blog. Check it here.

[The Telephone Room, Sept. 2-31, reception Sept. 2 5-9 p.m., 3710 N. Seventh St., Tacoma, by appointment at thetelephoneroom@gmail.com]

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