You know, the one who sings along with Frankenstein’s monster.
That’s the question I asked myself, my daughter asked herself and my wife likewise.
It took a fair bit of Googling to find the answer. But I found it.
She’s Pixie Davies. You might have seen her in Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children.
Turns out my daughter follows her on Instagram.
You can too. Here.
We love your work, Pixie. x
Posted by pottaz on December 27, 2016
We thought we recognised that grid/structure working its way up from the ground. The main concourse at King’s Cross – there it is! It’s part of a marketing coup from the makers of Lego Movie, persuading advertisers to run Lego versions of their commercials. Premier Inn aren’t alone, by any means. Confused.com and BT are among the ads going all stop-frame and bricky for a wall-to-wall Lego fest during an ad-break in Sundays’ Dancing On Ice.
King’s Cross narrowly missed the Lego treatment a while back when it’s illustrious neighbour, St Pancras was immortalised in Lego. 18 months and 150,000 bricks, that’s all it took.
Posted by pottaz on February 7, 2014