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Little Modular of Horrors/ Mushnik's Florist Shop


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"Excuse me. I couldn't help noticing that strange and interesting plant. What is it?"
This is my attempt at a modular based on Mushnik's Florist Shop from the 1982 musical and 1986 movie "Little Shop of Horrors". This build contains 2 levels; Level 1 being the flower shop itself and level 2 being Seymour's room (I know, it's not accurate. I was just going off of references from the film and couldn't figure out what else to put there).

Background of source material
Little Shop of Horrors started off as a Broadway musical in 1982 and then got turned into a movie in 1986. The movie stars Rick Moranis (Louis Tully from Ghostbusters) as Seymour and Ellen Greene as Audrey (Fun fact: she also played Audrey in the original run of Little Shop of Horrors). The main plot can be summarized as "A man becomes rich and famous after feeding a plant his blood and it gets out of hand."

Why I Built it
I built this set because I wanted to try making a modular set and because this year marks the 40th anniversary of the musical opening off-Broadway.

  • 3307 pieces
  • 9 minifigures (Seymour Krelborn, Audrey, Mr. Mushnik, Orin Scrivello, D.D.S., Crystal, Ronnette, and Chiffon, Arthur Denton, and the first customer)
  • Builds for the 4 stages of Audrey II (baby, fully grown, mean green mother, and monster)
  • Comes with 3 panels for play mode to feed minifigures to the plant and display (1 with a hole to feed minifigures through, one without the hole, and just the wall for when Audrey II bursts out of her pot)

Why this would make a good set
As I mentioned above, 2022 marks the 40th anniversary of Little Shop of Horrors' first run off-Broadway. While this set likely wouldn't come out this year if it does get to 10,000, the musical has had a rise in popularity again.

Possible additions for future updates
  • Open to suggestions!

As with everything, I feel like there's room for improvement. So if you have any feedback, please let me know.

Made and rendered in Bricklink's program

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