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Due to the heavy drinking, frequent adultery and general lack of talking animals, Mad Men would probably not be best suited for a younger audience.

So these rather genius Lego creations are about as kid-friendly as it's gonna get.

The slick, fast-talking 60s-set drama has been exported to the world of clip-on hair and hands that constantly look as if they're about to grab something with great success. Comic artist and illustrator Adam Cadwell branched out into the world of Lego for the first time with these nifty creations.

If you think something as genius as this might be beyond your Lego skills, you're wrong.

"All the parts I have used are official Lego pieces, I haven’t customised anything in any way," Cadwell says. So raid your nephew's toy box and start getting creative.

To check out more of his work go to www.adamcadwell.com

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