Lego Seinfeld Is Real… And It’s Spectacular

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Lego Seinfeld
Lego Seinfeld

Is Seinfeld the funniest show of all time? It certainly makes the top five list—at the very least—for pretty much everyone old enough to have watched it while it was airing, which is why we were very happy to see that Lego will be making this Lego Seinfeld Set available as part of their Lego Ideas program, which takes suggestions from fan designers and occasionally turns them into commercially available sets. This set, announced on Seinfeld‘s 30th anniversary, was originally designed and proposed by Brent Waller, an Australian 3D artist whose 30th Ghostbusters anniversary set went into production a few years ago; his Lego Ideas proposal for The X-Files is currently under review.

It’s missing the cereal boxes arranged on top of the fridge, and probably doesn’t include a Festivus pole, but it does have one thing we weren’t expecting: NEWMAN. The set goes on sale on July 21st for Lego VIP members and August 1st for everyone else, at shop.lego.com and physical Lego stores worldwide, of which we have two in the city.

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