Pley is a cool idea and much like Netflix is. You subscribe to the service, you get a new Lego kit. Once you build it and enjoy it for awhile, you send it back and they send you another one. Your kid always has new kits to build, and you avoid having their room fill up with Lego.
For more on this, check out: Cool Tools – Pley.
Not your everyday Lego project, to be sure. And yes, this is just as amazing as you might think. Hell is no less scary when done using blocks.
For the entire series, see: The nine circles of hell from Dante’s Inferno recreated in Lego by Mihai Mihu – Telegraph
It nicely highlights the sculptural aspect of Lego is only limited by the imagination of the builder-artist.