Create and Destroy. 117 objects stacked on a single Lego block and subsequently wrecked by wind-up toys.
This is the visual definition of obsession. Who would build a Lego Yamato battleship in what looks to be a kitchen?
UK-based Mike Balakov experiments with macro photography, tight lighting, and Lego stormtroopers.
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But give me my old school G.I. Joe ones and were on to communicate
A house made of Lego in a vineyard. Something that I would have never thought of. I want to have sex in it.
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8-Bit Trip, 1500 hours of work went into this lego stop motion. It paid off.
Well, this is about the freshest Lego creation I have ever seen. See the details here
Over the weekend the show Brickism opened up at Wood Wood in Denmark. It featured lego creations from SoMe (above), Delta, Husk Mit Navn, and Will Sweeney. The show will continue to Colette next month, followed by Goodhood in London in October, and 290 SQM in Amsterdam in November. The pieces will be auctioned off on ebay to support Save the Children.
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We all grew up with lego’s and the one thing they have ingrained in us all, simplicity inspires!
A must have for any Lego fan/Star Wars fan. It would go perfect with this amazing Lego fabrication!
This link has got it all, from Terminator to Star Wars.
These look pretty dope, and it’s a quick little concept. Oh, and Smuff = Cigarette if you grew up in DC in the Nineties!
It is small and looks better on the box. You would think the price would be closer to the $10 pictured than the $50 retail?