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Minimalist LEGO cartoon characters

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In our LEGO heyday, our greatest achievements were usually intimidatingly tall towers or perhaps spelling out rude words before we got chastised.

Our talents never really allowed for much diversification. Consider us impressed and jealous simultaneously by this set of new advertisements then.

German agency Jung Von Matt has created a collection of iconic cartoon characters made solely from LEGO blocks. While some of them are easy to spot, others require a certain amount of brainpower.

Can you identify them all? You can find the answers at the bottom.

(From the top: The Simpsons, Asterix and Obelisk, South Park, The Smurfs, Duck Tales, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Lucky Luke and Bert & Ernie)

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