Who has done it in front of the Botanical Garden? May be the Pug of Francois Baguette?
UrGe has produced my MOC design with free building instruction of the Central Perk Bing Bang Theory modular without my permission. This MOC has been designed from two LEGO Ideas sets, Central Perk (21319) and Big Bang Theory (21302). The illegal copy seems popular on AliExpress, one even used my picture with the MOC on my kitchen table.
UrGe has not asked for permission and did not offer any compensation for using my MOC design. Some even have reviewed this illegal copy to great extent and quoted me on top of the review knowing UrGe stole the design. So they know who is the designer that did not get compensated but still continue reviewing the copy.
Mould King has acquired the rights for this MOC and it will be available soon. So if you are in for non-LEGO sets, it’s better to wait for the Mould King set as Mould King has honored the designer.
After some earlier messages we want to let you know MouldKing has paid for the BrickPolis design of the Botanical Garden to show there are honest producers. Kudos for MouldKing by honoring a designer and supporting future BrickPolis designs in LEGO with free instructions this way. Here’s the original design in LEGO with free instructions https://rebrickable.com/…/MOC-…/BrickPolis/botanical-garden/
6 studs wide Taxi with as much detail as possible. It can hold Minifigs inside and even has a trunk. The roof comes off easily. The parts in Metallic Silver can be replaced by Light Bluish Gray. The taxi fare and Taxi original LEGO printed tiles are rare but can be replaced by tiles with stickers.
Introduction of the BrickPolis Tram Depot with automated tram line through PoweredUp. Free instructions of the Tram Depot available on Rebrickable. Enjoy!