When LEGO and Harley-Davidson partnered to release the LEGO 10269 Creator Expert Harley-Davidson Fat Boy motorcycle last year, it was pretty much an anticipation of the 30th anniversary of H-D Fat Boy in 2020.
Have you ever come across some work of art that, after viewing, kind of leave you feeling breathless? I have never… but that’s until today when I saw this piece called SPQR by freelance LEGO artist Rocco Buttliere.
Here’s a winter cabin you don’t see everyday. Yes. It is a winter cabin which, somehow, has a pair of Volvo 240 station wagon embedded in it. We have seen people putting cars inside the living or turn part of a car into functional furniture, but never a car embedded to the side of a […]
Here’s another Guinness World Record we absolutely felt the need to mention because, well, Star Wars. Folks, what you see before you here is the Guinness World Records for Largest Star Wars Toothpick Sculpture.
We can’t believe that LEGO and Star Wars is already 20 years old. We also can’t believe what LEGO would do to celebrate this platinum anniversary. I am sure LEGO has done quite a number of things to mark this significant year, but nothing quite like putting a life-size Star Wars X-Wing on top of […]
Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan whom most us remember as the artist behind the quirky BMW “Spaghetti Car” and the solid gold toilet shook the art world when he duct taped a banana to a wall and selling it for $120,000.
Here’s yet another life-size LEGO replica, but unlike all other life-size LEGO replicas we have seen thus far, this should be the biggest ever and honestly, it will be a record that is hard to beat. The life-size LEGO replica in question is a recreation of the coffee shop in the hit 90s sitcom Friends.
Those guys over at LEGO really know how find reasons to build awesome giant sculptures. From a life-size Apollo 11 astronaut to mark the 50 years of Moon landing to a giant Batman to celebrate the cape crusader’s 80 years to a life-size McLaren Senna, they have done it all.
There are awesome things that words can described and then there are awesome things that they do not need narration of any kind. The 1887 Batman by art director Mohanad Hossam is a shiny example of the latter.
Remember Devolved Parliament, Banksy’s work from 2009 depicting a bunch of chimpanzees as members of the House of Commons? Well, it was a record sale for the British street artist.