In a recent cover of the US LEGO Catalog we see kids playing with oversized LEGO pieces:
- The toolbox (98368) and wrench (4006) are very recognizable.
- The tiara is distinctly part 33322.
- The banana is basically part 33085, but the colored tips are suspicious.
The debate my wife and I have been having about all of this is: did they really print out big parts like this or did they fake it with Photoshop? I'm hoping that they went and did this Matt Denton-style and printed everything extra large, handed it to the kids and let them do whatever child models do. My wife doesn't feel like the shadows work right, and she thinks they faked it in the computer. I don't expect that we have access to anyone involved with making this catalog for an utterly authoritative answer, but maybe you're good at spotting the Photoshop signs.