Do you LEGO blocks, but find that they just aren’t chocotastic enough for you? Well, artist Akihiro Mizuuchi has a solution to that problem.
Mizuuchi has created a modular system for creating chocolate LEGO moulds. After solidifying, these blocks can be popped out and used to build anything – until they melt, of course.
These confectionary wonders are incredibly detailed – right down to the impressive (albeit potentially copyright-breaking) LEGO insignia on every stud.
Mizuuchi has so far created a number of admittedly simple structures, though considering the relative scarcity of the building material and the delicacy required to handle it, they are very impressive.
Mizuuchi has even made bricks in a variety of colors.
Hopefully, it won’t be long until we see a chocolate brick Eiffel Tower, chocolate brick Washington Monument, or chocolate brick sculpture of Betty White. If Mizuuchi decides to hold a chocolate LEGO mould sale, I’ll be there with a large class of milk.