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SpongeBob Squidward & Patrick's Houses

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SpongeBob SquarePants is one of the most popular TV shows of the 21st century, it has embedded itself in pop culture with its unique charm and humor. Set in the fictional underwater city of Bikini Bottom, this enduring kids' cartoon spans an impressive 12 seasons, featuring 265 episodes, as well as 3 movies and 2 spin-off shows. Its universal appeal extends beyond borders and generations, captivating a growing fanbase with 25% of viewers being adults without children. The show's lasting popularity is owed to its distinctive art style, vibrant colors, and a rich cast of characters, including the beloved SpongeBob, Squidward, and Patrick. Beyond being a simple show, SpongeBob SquarePants stands as a cultural phenomenon and a cherished and influential part of television history that evokes joy and nostalgia among fans worldwide.

Building this Lego artwork was a fun yet time-consuming process that took me many hours to complete. The canvas is brought to life with the use of layering and a variety of different techniques to achieve a subtle 3D texture, featuring the three iconic houses from the SpongeBob SquarePants TV show – Patrick's rock, Squidward's blue moai statue, and SpongeBob's pineapple. The background showcases a blue gradient, complemented by four large, colorful flowers reminiscent of those often seen in the show's backdrop. This piece also uses a variety of different colors to resemble highlights and shadows. An interesting technique that I would like to highlight is my use of recolored pretzels to resemble the small flowers lining the outside of SpongeBob's pineapple. The strategic overlap of each element creates a captivating illusion of depth. The frame of the artwork is based on the recognizable bamboo texture often featured in the show. In my opinion, this Lego creation does a good job of mirroring the iconic style of SpongeBob SquarePants.

With approximately 1800 pieces, this artwork would serve as an exceptional wall piece that would perfectly fit and well contrast with any fan's collection.

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