Probably not suitable for those under 18, this is ‘The Centre for the Performing Arts’ LEGO set by online store Citizen Brick. It has zebra-print couches, a pole, and tons of cash to throw around – this isn’t your typical performing arts theatre.
The films may have come to an end, but that doesn’t mean Harry Potter fans have quit making incredible displays. This homemade Hogwarts Castle was created by Alice Finch from Seattle, who wanted to surprise her kids.
At the request of The Guardian, and to mark the start of Copenhagen fashion week, Lego created a totes amazeballs line of hipster Lego characters.
LEGO, appropriate for kids and tortoises of all ages. In Germany, a tortoise named Blade was given a make-shift wheelchair using LEGO blocks to help him move around. It was discovered that he had difficulty walking due to a growth disorder.
Bristol-based gardener and tree surgeon Tom Poulsom had been building LEGO replicas of cars, trucks, and spaceships for over a year when on one fateful day, his true passion literally landed in front of him. ‘One day during a break from digging in a customer’s garden a Robin Red Breast landed on my fork handle’, he tells twobirdersandbinoculars. ‘This was the eureka moment behind what is now the LEGO Bird Project’.
At the recently-concluded 2014 Designer Con in Los Angeles, a group of LEGO enthusiasts collaborated for an art show called ‘Comic Bricks’, wherein they recreated famous comic book covers in LEGO. I guess you could say that everything was awesome. The exhibit was one of the main highlights of the convention, and with good reason. […]
I don’t know, I still think Homer Simpson looks better with the bulging beer belly, don’t you agree? In Fiction Meets Fiction, LEGO collaborates with Buenos Aires-based art director Alexandre Tissier to morph together the bodies of our favorite pop culture characters. For instance, Spider-Man fuses with James Bond, creating Spider Bond. Homer is mashed […]
If building LEGO models has become too easy for you, why don’t you try your hand at this: LEGO ships inside bottles. LEGO enthusiast ‘Bangooh’ has taken the age-old craft of ship-in-a-bottle making and combined it with his love of the colorful toy blocks. The result is a collection that is both timeless and fun […]
Morgan Spence, a 15-year-old filmmaker, spent three weeks recreating scenes from many Hollywood classics using LEGO for his short video Brick Flicks project. In collaboration with LEGO masterbuilder, Warren Elsmore, Spence turned famous movie scenes like the I’m flying! scene from Titanic, the dance lift scene from Dirty Dancing and the absolutely terrifying axe scene […]
This you gotta see to believe! Animator and all-around cool dad John Wray spent the entire weekend with his kids building Wonder Woman’s invisible jet using 3,200 LEGO pieces.
Whenever you step on a LEGO brick, exact sweet, sweet revenge by taking a bite out of said LEGO brick and enjoy its chocolate-y body slowly melting in your mouth. Who’s in pain now?! Created by designer and illustrator Akihiro Mizuuchi, the chocolate LEGO bricks can both be played with and eaten.
Obsessed Simpsons fan builds scale model of the entire town of Springfield out of 500,000 LEGO bricks
At the start of 2014, LEGO announced the latest in the series of crossovers with successful franchises such as Star Wars and Harry Potter. Now it’s the turn of The Simpson’s to feature in the world of bricks as LEGO released a collection of minifigures in February.
Everything is awesome – even parking posts! Street artist ‘Le Cyklop’ is turning Paris’ 30,000 dull parking posts into colorful, imaginative characters. His subjects usually take on the appearance of Cyclops, but this time around, he spray-painted the public fixtures into LEGO minifigs.
Superheroes are humans too, you know. Just like you and me. They eat, they sleep, they get hurt, and occasionally, they tend to become useless, good for nothings with no direction in life. ‘Couch Potatoes’ is a series by Pixar director Angus MacLane, wherein he imagines our favorite pop-culture characters to be nothing more than your average bum. He uses LEGO blocks to recreate superheroes like Batman, Iron Man, RoboCop, and Optimus Prime, all enjoying a box of pizza or a glass of beer.
Everything Is Not Awesome: Greenpeace strike out at Lego’s partnership with Shell in this hard-hitting animation
In the latest stand in their campaign against drilling for oil in the arctic, Greenpeace have released a viral video aimed at shaming Lego into ending their partnership with Shell. The children’s toy manufacturer is involved in a partnership with the oil giant through which Lego toys are now distributed through Shell service stations.