Tag Archives: Custom LEGO

LEGO Land Rover Defender 110

LEGO Land Rover Defender
(photos: Sheepo) LEGO Land Rover Defender 110 | US$tba | www.lego.cuusoo.com

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 exotic or supercar but a classic like the Land Rover Defender, still it is something to behold, especially if it is huge (1:8.5 scale), built with almost 2,800 parts, including seven motors, three infrared receivers and features a selectable 2WD or 4WD system, high and low range system, live axles, working five-speed sequential gearbox complete with reverse gear, fully automatic clutch, two-speed transfer case, and working doors, hoods, and tailgate. Continue reading

Custom LEGO The Avengers’ Props

Custom LEGO The Avengers' Props
(photos: Ken Robichaud) Custom LEGO The Avengers’ Props | US$na

like we said, not everything we feature here is to tempt you into spending your hard-earned dough and you certainly won’t be able to buy these awesome fan-made Custom LEGO The Avengers’ Props. skilled LEGO builder Ken Robichaud created these brick-based full-scaled props inspired by the movie, The Avengers, which include Thor’s hammer, Captain America’s shield, Hawkeye’s bow and a set of specialty arrow heads, and Black Widow’s equipment. and for those who are wondering… no, there’s no Hulk’s fist, which we thought would be an awesome addition (though technically speaking, that’s no weapon) and we are missing a repulsor too. Continue reading

cool stuff: custom 15,000-piece StarCraft II Battlecruiser

Custom LEGO StarCraft II Hyperion Battlecruiser
(photos: Sven Junga)

though i have a special affinity for LEGO, i admit that i don’t have the natural ‘LEGO hands’ to custom anything at all and that leaves me with the option of just admiring the great works done by true LEGO masters – like Sven Junga who lovingly created this huge 15,000-piece Hyperion battlecruiser from the game, StarCraft II. though it may not be as enormous as the LEGO Ventator-class Star Destroyer but it is not lacking in the details department. it took Junga six months to complete this beauty and he’s not about to stop there as it looks like his Terran army is growing. treat yourself to some awesome images of this beautiful creation after the break. trust me, LEGO fans (StarCraft fans or not) won’t want to miss it. Continue reading

the world’s largest LEGO Christmas Tree [photos]

Faux-fir LEGO Christmas Tree
(image: Bright Bricks)

what the world’s favorite bricks can do is only limited by our imagination and since Christmas is drawing close, wouldn’t it be fitting to use these tiny toy bricks to create a Christmas tree? that’s exactly what Bright Bricks, the sole LEGO-certified professionals (yes, there is actually such certification) in the UK, has done. billed as the world’s largest LEGO Christmas tree, it measures a gargantuan 38-feet (11.6-meter) tall, beating the current record holder by a good 2.6-meter. the tree uses an astounding 600,000 LEGO bricks for its creation and is topped with 1,000 LEGO ornaments and lightings. of course, LEGO by itself wouldn’t hold up the weight and hence Bright Bricks had a 3-ton steel framework in place to keep things together. this awesome Faux-fir LEGO Christmas Tree is currently on display at the St. Pancras International Station till January 4th, 2012. so if you happen to be in and around that location, do pop by for a look at this magnificent creation. more images after the break. Continue reading

Times Magazine LEGO logo by Sachiko Akinaga

LEGO Times Magazine Logo by Sachiko Akinaga
(image: Times Magazine)

we have seen many amazing LEGO creations since the start of this blog last October but still we just can’t get enough of custom LEGO work-of-art. the latest to grace our blog this time is the creation by Sachiko Akinaga for Times Magazine’s Winter Travel issue that leaves us in awe. billed as the largest LEGO creation by Akinaga to date, this detailed LEGO sculpture measures 6-feet by 6-feet (about 2-m by 2-m) depicts Times Magazine’s logo as a building created using LEGO, surrounded by expansive lawn complete with greeneries and features LEGO figures (aka minifigs) working out, and carrying out various leisure activities. hit past the jump for a few more look. Continue reading

is this the best LEGO X-Wing yet? you be the judge.

Mike Psiaki's custom LEGO X-Wing Starfighter
(image: Mike Psiaki)

we have seen many beautiful custom LEGO projects and the latest to be featured here this custom X-Wing Starfighter created by one Mike Psiaki. so what’s so special about this X-Wing? well… first off, The Brothers Brick has billed it as the “Best LEGO X-Wing” yet and you know that is not something to be taken lightly if those words came out from the mouth of The Brothers Brick. the creator has worked extensive details, employing every new and existing Techniques parts to sculpted an incredible detailed Starfighter. Mike even went to the extend to make the landing gear retractable! wow. i am totally awe by it. i hate to say this but LEGO should be ashamed for putting lame sets of X-Wing for us to buy. this is the kind of details that we, fans of LEGO, wants. LEGO, are you reading this? get in touch with Mike and draft this into your next season’s production. check out a gallery of this awesome LEGO creation by Mike Psiaki after the break. trust me, you won’t want to miss this. Continue reading

LEGO cargo ship encrusted with Swarovski Crystals

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(photos: Cimon Art) “Love To The Rescue” Swarovski Cyrstals encrusted LEGO Cargo Ship | US$auction | cimon-art.com

New York-based Australian artist Cimon, created this one-off special LEGO Cargo Ship that is said to be inspired by the efforts by the people around the world to help the tsunami devastated nation of Japan. the ship is no ordinary LEGO item, it is sculptured out from ‘metalized’ LEGO bricks and embellished with Swarovski crystals. the ship, aptly entitled “Love To The Rescue“, carries a cargo of hearts (in crystals, no less) in various sizes and colors, while staying afloat on a glittering sea. the details that went into this stunning LEGO sculpture is impeccable. even the ‘sea’ are not spare from the crystallized treatment and it even has a varying blue hue to it that makes the overall sculpture even more majestic. Continue reading

awesome Battlestar Galactica spaceship made out of LEGO

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(photos: Gary King)

frankly, i don’t quite remember this sci-fi series but if you do, then you might just remember the spaceship, Battle Berzerk that appeared briefly on the first episode of the new show, before its untimely death. of course, it was never to be seen again. even though it had a short appearance, it has not stop huge Battle Galactica fan, one Gary King from recreating this monster ship with LEGO bricks. this highly detailed LEGO rendition of this forgettable spaceship measures a juggernaut 185-cm (73″) long, 61-cm (24″) wide, and 36-cm (14″) tall and weighs a mind-boggling 24.4 kilograms (54-pounds). Continue reading

Lancer Assault Rifle from Gears of War – LEGO-style

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(photos: PlumBrothers)

rubber band gun is nothing new and rubber band gun fashioned out from LEGO is not new either but a rubber band-shooting Lancer Assault Rifle from Gears of War fashioned out from LEGO is totally mind-blowing. according to its creator, this bad ass gun is a life-size assault rife built in accordance to the in game weapon and it is totally functional – yes, it shoots rubber bands. it even has reload-able LEGO magazines for the rubber band ammo and a real moving motorized chainsaw for some sawing action. simply breathtaking. of course, the sawing part is totally non-lethal and on the other hand, we also know how frail LEGO models can be, so don’t expect to wield this chainsaw after your neighbor who happens to own a 12 gauge shotgun. Continue reading

this Ford Explorer is made from 380000 LEGO bricks

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(photos: Ford) LEGO Ford Explorer | US$na | www.ford.com

you know what they say about records are meant to be broken. well, that statement is absolutely positive. just when we thought Lene’s Great Wall of LEGO astounding 270,000 individual bricks is mind-boggling, then comes along a life-size replica of the Ford Explorer that was created from an even ming-blowing 380,000 individual LEGO bricks. yes, you heard it right, it is a full-size LEGO Ford Explorer. it took 22 designers and 2,500 hours to complete this 2,654-lbs (1,204-kg) monstrous LEGO model that’s reinforced by a 768-lbs (348-kg) interior aluminum base. Continue reading