New York City-based designers Junho Lee and Hyun Chul Choi have come up with a shopping bag that’ll make people think you’re a LEGO minifig.
According to studies, 44% of children don’t wear a helmet while riding a bike. So what does it take to coax them into putting on some headgear? Toys, of course.
Playing with Lego is a great way to pass the time, but now, the concept of building blocks is now being used to make scientific advancements!
If you thought stepping on a LEGO brick was horrifying, just wait ‘til you get a load of this.
An artist in China spent three days putting together a $15,000 LEGO sculpture, only to see a little boy smash it to pieces an hour after it went on display.
Highly skilled Japanese artist Tary has created miniature food sculptures using LEGO.
At the recently-held ‘Brickvention 2016’ in Melbourne, the Titanic sank once again, albeit this time as a cute (not to mention impressive) LEGO model. Created by LEGO enthusiast Ryan McNaught, … Read more
LEGO minifigs aren’t the most unique bunch around, you know, with all of them having the same yellow faces. But thanks to 3D-printing technology, you can now change their face … Read more
To show his undying love and devotion to the film franchise, a Star Wars fan who goes by the name Marshal Banana spent an entire year constructing the Millennium Falcon … Read more
LEGO’s Architecture brand recently unveiled ‘Skyline’, a series that not only lets you build iconic buildings and monuments, but also lets you complete the skylines of their respective cities.