we, or rather i, have been a fan of LEGO enthusiast Brent Waller’s works. it started when Waller created his own iteration of the The Dark Knight‘s Batmobile nicknamed ‘Tumbler‘. thanks to Waller and the blueprint he willingly shared with fellow LEGO lovers, i was able to build a Tumbler myself.
the Arduino-powered LEGO Technic RC Car is where your love for LEGO and RC cars come together, but in a way that you will get a little more involved then just opening the box and assembling the various bricks and technic parts together. drawing its inspiration from another fellow contributor
since August 2012 right through to 2013, the biggest thing to happen in science would be Mars Curiosity Rover – the historic space vehicle that would answer mankind’s question, at least in part, of whether the Red Planet could be a
remember The Goonies? we suppose you do and would also have pretty fond memories of it, if not you won’t be reading this. no? anyway for the uninitiated, it was a 1985 action-adventure-comedy flick starring mainly child actors (among them were Corey Feldman, Sean Austin, and Josh Brolin), helmed by Richard Donner with
thanks to LEGO whiz like Orion Pax aka Alex Jones, we are beginning to shy away from official LEGO movie franchise products. if you haven’t strayed like us, then you must not have seen the LEGO Ghostbusters Headquarters or this LEGO DeLorean Time Machine. by the look of the images, we hardly
money can buy you a lot of objects of your desire, but one thing that it probably can’t buy is this awe-inspiring, 400,000-piece LEGO Hogwarts custom by LEGO enthusiast and mother of two, Alice Finch. the project started way back in 2011 and it took Alice a good one year and loads of money to complete.
we said it before and we are going to say it again: not everything we featured here is to tempt you to part with your money. there are times when we kicked and stumbled upon stuff that makes us go ‘wow’ and that’s when money-can’t-buy-stuff gets featured here. the LEGO Ghostbusters Headquarters by Orion Pax
the Apple that Steve Jobs built has no doubt made history and with that, we also witness the birth of the great, great grandaddy of all-in-one computer – the original Macintosh. having said that, what better way to immortalize this icon then by crafting a ‘replica’ (albeit a scaled and non-working example) with an equally big
what you see here is the biggest Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 Engine created from LEGO bricks. yes. you heard that right. it is the handy work of aircraft engine maker Rolls-Royce and was presented earlier this week at the Farnborough International Airshow. this impressive LEGO work of art measures 2 meters (6.56 feet) long, weighs…
lets face it: men can’t get enough of LEGO and cars, no matter what age they are in. therefore, by combining both of these loves is like the ultimate in men’s heavenly playground. well, may be the car in question is not your typical…