In our 2010 holiday issue, we enthused about taking some downtime to build a LEGO model which could then be used as a dope piece of art for your apartment. If you're still of the mind that LEGOs aren't cool enough to grace your crib, allow us to direct your attention to the the LEGO iMac.

Designed by Chris "Powerpig" McVeigh, the LEGO iMac is the latest piece in his amazing portfolio of LEGO-based art. On his site he gives you the complete blueprint for the needed kit (you'll need the Lego Digital Designer to view them) which you can order from LEGO for $100. You can't actually use it to do anything, but it'll look better than the Spaceballs poster you got taped to your wall. Learn how to build it here.