What you see here is a life-size LEGO model of The Child aka Baby Yoda from Disney+’s The Mandalorian. It is the latest to join LEGO’s growing list of life-size pop culture icon sculptures that include evergreen characters like Mickey Mouse to Han Solo in Carbonite to life-size replica of the McLaren Senna supercar – […]
During the lockdown, LEGO asked children around the world to let their imagination run wild using LEGO elements. The creations of over 430 children from 30 countries were selected and incorporated into this giant 4-meter (13-foot) wide LEGO globe installation, as part of the Rebuild the World campaign. The result is absolutely amazing.
Tokyo-based 1/6 figure collector and artist ジェノ (@jeno_figure) has created a Hyperrealistic Toy Story’s Wood Figure. It looks really, well, realistic and that’s what make it all that unsettling looking at it.
Cloud is one of the many nature’s phenomena and one that we can’t touch, let alone sit on it. No, wait. Actually, you know what? As it turns out, you can not only shove your head in a cloud, you can actually sit on a cloud, or at least Okinawa-based designer Shota Urasaki can.
Typewriter is just an antiquated gadget to most people, but James Cook, it is his “paintbrush”. Cook is a typewriter artist who creates illustrations and portraits with nothing but a piece of paper and a typewriter.
Imagine a future where humans are appreciating art… created by A.I. robots. Wait a minute. Don’t need to imagine, because that is already happening. The world’s first ultra-realistic humanoid AI robot artist, Ai-Da, not only held her first solo exhibition; she already selling her work of art too.
There are plates that you eat from and then there are plates that just deserved to be displayed. Neel is the latter. Designed by Hong Kong-based Italian designer Andrea Ponti, Neel is a collection of 12 one-of-a-kind hand-painted plates inspired by the designer’s recent visit to Rajasthan, in the Northwest of India.
Japanese artist doooo one up himself with a creation that loosely translates into “human meat die.” The translation does make it sound super creepy and it probably is. In reality, I think what the translation was trying to convey was a ‘human flesh die’. Die is, of course, the singular of dice.
What you see here is NOT a gunpla. Yes. It is most definitely a Gundam, but it is not a plastic model kit. It is made entirely out paper. I guess you could say it is an origami Gundam, except it took more than just folds to achieve this.
There have been remote control Tesla Cybertruck, a proposed LEGO version Cybertruck, Cybertruck-inspired gaming laptop and luxury smartphone, an unofficial scale model – both 3D printed and paper version, a Cybertruck-inspired home and now, Cybertruck Autobot Transformers.