So Heather LegoGirl and I have this business. When I say we have this business, what I really mean is that she has this business, because my level of participation has never really climbed above moral support. The business is Slick Bricks, and the product is decals. License plates, street signs, torsos, zombie heads: it's all good. Heather is the brains behind it all; I designed none of it.
EXCEPT a few things that were never for sale. We came up with three lines of decals for three sets: a gas station, a diner, and a coffee shop. Each set had a few lovely decals in it (which she designed) that you could affix to various brick-built items like a gas pump, Coke machine, etc (which I designed).
Unfortunately, that idea fell by the wayside for whatever reasons, but to prevent my work from disappearing forever, Heather is suggesting I post those sets for the world to see, with the art on display. That means the decals in these pictures, tasty though they may be, aren't for sale. But they're still pretty to look at.
I maintain that I designed that jukebox; Heather begs to differ.
The Coffee Shop:
The Gas Station:
Note: The store is currently closed until June 19th to prepare for Brickworld, so if you have a purchase in mind, write the URL on a Post-It and make a return visit in a few weeks; Heather will be glad to help you out.