Some world records are hard or almost impossible to beat. Some records are just there waiting to be beaten. Back in 2018 (August 25), Mattel, Inc. set the Longest Hot Wheels Track in Zaryadye Park in Moscow with a track that stretches 1,838 feet 3.05 inches (560.30 meters), but a year on, on August 24, […]
Architecture enthusiasts and soccer fans alike will sure to appreciate the new LEGO 10272 Creator Expert Old Trafford – Manchester United. Yes. That’s right, chaps. It is the Old Trafford, home of the Manchester United and the second largest football stadium after Wembley Stadium, immortalized in LEGO.
I have to confess. I have zero idea what a Fire Gorgon is, but man, this particular LEGO MOC by Andrew Steele, called Fire Gorgon, absolutely blew my mind. That’s right, folks. Incredibly, the menacing creature that you see here is 100 percent constructed using LEGO elements.
When was the last time you actually complete a game of Monopoly? Wait. Don’t answer that because, Hasbro has a new Monopoly board game, aptly called Monopoly Longest Game Ever, that is likely not to end.
There are some areas which Danish toy maker, LEGO, never ever touch. Areas like, you know, realistic military-related LEGO models, for example. That said, I didn’t think a LEGO set based on a maximum security prison will be any different because of its accurate depiction of the dark side of the society.
And we thought we impressed by the unofficial Leica x LEGO Rangefinder Model Camera. I guess we have seen nothing yet. What you see here is an accurate LEGO representation of the 1988 Nikon F3 Film SLR Camera.
For the record, the post title does not mean Ivan Miranda scaled up a NERF gun like Mark Rober and a few others did. He actually custom a NERF-style Gatling gun from the ground and it is MASSIVE.
Sony’s Aibo is a brilliant robot dog, but lets get real. Not everyone is a dog person, never mind if it is a real dog or a robotic dog. But thanks to Elephant Robotics, cat person will soon get his or her own pet robotic cat.
We assure you that this is definitely NOT a click bait. It is true that YouTuber ProjectAir has built a radio control boat that looks like it was inspired by Tesla’s polarizing Cybertruck.
If you are super fan of kaiju, or monster in Japanese, you will want to check out the Kaiju’s Eater aka Nightmare Gamera Resin Kit Exclusive Version. For those don’t already know, Gamera is the other famous kaiju to emerge from Japanese silver screen with history dating as far back as 1965.