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LEGO Singapore and Clogtwo unveil a new custom adidas Originals Superstar display at Suntec City

By Aaron Yip - on 13 Jul 2021, 1:14am

LEGO Singapore and Clogtwo unveil a new custom adidas Originals Superstar display at Suntec City

Image: The LEGO Group

Whether it's a young child constructing the castle from his favourite fairy tale, or a die-hard collector adding the last few bricks onto his newest model, LEGO's endless customisability and inexhaustible creative potential are undeniably the toy's biggest selling points - two traits that have helped the brand to survive both the test of time and digitalisation.  

Naturally, the Danish brickmaker continues to emphasise those traits with various collaboration models. Their most recent project, the LEGO adidas Originals Superstar 10282 model set has so far been very well-received by both the adidas and LEGO communities, and this positive reception has prompted them to add a second cherry onto the "cake". 

Image: The LEGO Group

In addition to that funky two-metre-long sneaker build that currently resides in Suntec City (above), the brickmaker has also unveiled a second, normal-sized collaborative build with renowned visual artist Eman Raharno Jeman, who goes by the moniker Clogtwo. Titled as The MechaSoul Organism, it is a customised version of the sneaker build that sports "functioning components and complex machinery beneath the outer shell. 

Image: Ink and Clog Studio

Philosophically, the collab was designed to re-emphasise the brand's core values of reinvention and creativity, while also doubling as a display of the adidas Superstar's impressive customisability. Like its oversized counterpart, Clogtwo's build is available for public viewing at the LEGO Exclusive Store located in Suntec City and although his one-of-a-kind build obviously isn't for sale, there's nothing stopping you from creating your own "customised sneaker"!

Currently, the product is only purchasable from LEGO Certified Stores at S$149.90, but for those who might prefer to get it from online merchants and are willing to wait for about three weeks, it will also be made available on Lazada, Shopee, Amazon, and other major retailers after 30 July at a similar price. 

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