Friends is all the rage these days, and Hoexbroe’s victorian houses is yet another example of how brightly colored bricks can be blended nicely in a city layout. There are lots of nice details to look at here, and even though the houses at first look almost identical except for the colors, they are far from so. Even the garage doors are all different. Be sure to also check out the awesome car in front of the blue house. Now that’s a beauty!
He has also added some cute little scenes with the Friends dolls, like this one, which is my personal favourite, the girls playing basketball.
Did you think Friends was only a toy for girls? Think again! In this mashup between Friends and superheroes, Eurobricks member blueandwhite shows us not only how cool Friends can be, but also how nicely the new Friends colors blend with more traditional colors and presents us with some stunning architecture in this street.
Want to get in on the Friends-fun? Eurobricks is currently hosting a Summer of Friends contest, with no less than 4 categories to compete in! You can create a Friends mashup of your own, or try one of the other 3 categories. There are prizes and honor up for grabs!
The Friends reviewing frenzy continues on Eurobricks with Pandora reviewing the biggest set of the first wave of Friends sets: Olivia’s House. The set is packed with details and what you see on the outside in the picture below is just the start. The house features a full interior with very clever builds. And whereas the Friends line introduces some great new accessories, most of the interior detailing in the set is achieved with familiar LEGO pieces.