I like Lego a lot. It's like your regular Photoshop, only not with a digital pen, but with plastic, and not with computers but with physical objects and.... wait... actually it's something completely different! I use Lego for illustrations, both in publications as in lecture or course slides. (BTW... still working on a better presentation-page for low- and hi-res pictures, but until then just some examples)

Here are some of the pictures I created

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keywords: ethics algorithms dice emergency button

keywords: ethics good evil devil angel judge law science scientist

keywords: christmas reindeer santa presents

keywords: wheelchair nurse compass healthcare

keywords: walking

keywords: secretary tough agenda guarding

keywords: staff kendo bo joker knight pedel wizard queen shepherd

keywords: yellow tails cat dog mouse duck

keywords: sail boats wedding

keywords: robot bookshelves

keywords: liminality baby shower

keywords: knolling 70323 nexo knights jestro

keywords: photography analog

keywords: scooby scary library

keywords: alice mouse frog

keywords: batman superman cryptonite

keywords: ship pirates brick bounty

keywords: ballerina

keywords: lion cub grass

keywords: tom cruise minority report

keywords: fly

keywords: superheroes park coffee

keywords: ritual worship

keywords: female warrior

keywords: hospital

keywords: librarian

keywords: many minifigs

keywords: zombie brain coffee machine

keywords: halloween pumpkins scary

keywords: running living room

keywords: gothic flower pierrot

keywords: skinner behaviorism

keywords: cognac glasses

keywords: wedding 2cv cow

keywords: situation

keywords: ninjago castle epic fight