Two years in the making, LEGO enthusiast Brick Builder’s LEGO MOC Titanic (not to be confused with Australia’s The Brick Builder who was responsible for the Guinness World Records’ Largest Brick Caravan, btw) is finally completed. Coming in at 2.4 meters (around 7.9 feet) long and packing 11,000 LEGO elements, this LEGO MOC Titanic features quite a number of details, including the lifeboats that were never enough for the 2,208 people onboard, smokestacks, and other deck details – though it is not as detailed as the 120,000-brick creation by The Brickman that features the final moment of the supposedly unsinkable cruise liner. Continue reading Brick Builder’s LEGO MOC Titanic Is Finally Completed!
You may remember the Largest Caravan Built with Interlocking Plastic Bricks from a few years ago? Well, as it turns out, that impressive 215,518-brick camper trailer’s record was wiped by another custom LEGO caravan built last year by Australia’s Ben “The Brick Builder” with a caravan built from 288,630 individual bricks. The caravan was a project sponsored by Caravanning Queensland and Top Parks from a concept by John Cochrane Advertising (all Australian) and the record set in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, on September 26, 2018. Continue reading The Largest LEGO Brick Caravan From Australian Has 300K Bricks
Fans of American television sitcom Friends (NBC, 1994-2004) can look forward to an official LEGO set featuring the classic gathering place in hit 90s series, known as The Central Perk Coffee. Originally a LEGO Ideas submission by 32-year-old LEGO enthusiast Aymeric Fievet, AKA Mric76, submitted way back in October 2016, Mric76’s LEGO Ideas The Central Perk Coffee of Friends had garnered 10,000 support necessary for it to be reviewed by LEGO Review Board and subsequently gotten the nod of approval by LEGO Review Board last month. Continue reading LEGO Ideas The Central Perk Coffee Of Friends Approved By LEGO!
It has gotten the 10,000 support it needed, but sadly, this freaking awesome LEGO MOC Acclamator-class Assault Ship didn’t get the nods from the LEGO Review Board (it loses out to Treehouse and Flintstones). Perhaps, it wasn’t mainstream enough like its successor, the Imperial Star Destroyer? For the uninitiated, the Acclamator-class Assault Ship was an assault-class capital ship of the Galactic Republic and it predates the Star Destroyer. Continue reading It Is Sad That This LEGO Ideas Acclamator-class Assault Ship Did Not Make It As An Official Set
Good news, fans of NBC’s interpretation of the popular British series The Office. The familiar office setting of the American’s version of the hit comedy series, along with key characters immortalized as minifigures, may just become an official LEGO set. I may not be a particularly huge fan of NBC’s The Office, but this LEGO MOC sure opens a floodgate of nostalgia in me. Anywho, The Office – NBC may be exists as a LEGO MOC created by LEGO Ideas member theoffice_lego for now, but a little over a year since it was submitted to LEGO Ideas, it has achieved the 10,000 support necessary for it to be reviewed by the LEGO Review Board in the First 2019 Review. Continue reading Good News! NBC’s The Office May Become An Official LEGO Set!
Recreating scenes of Star Wars in LEGO is not new. Despite us seeing quite a few previously, we never cease to be amazed by the dedication of this LEGO enthusiasts. David Hall is the latest to join the handful of elite builders who did the same and his recreation? The final battle, i.e. Battle of Crait AKA siege of Crait, in Star Wars: The Last Jedi. You know? That scene where Luke Skywalker magically appears to ain’t the resistant in fighting of the First Order troops? Yeah, that one. TBH, that was not one of the defining moments in Star Wars franchise and it never will be, but anti-climax movie moment aside, Hall’s build is nevertheless an impressive build. Continue reading Someone Recreated Battle Of Crait From The Last Jedi With 100K LEGO Bricks
No. You are not looking at pixelated image of the Volkswagen T2 Camper Van. What you see here is a life-size replica of camper van version of VW’s iconic T2 model. It definitely looks like, over the last couple of years, automakers are totally obsessed with recreating life-size versions of their vehicles. McLaren has done it. So has Chevrolet and Toyota. Volkswagen is no exception. Commissioned by Volkswagen, Rene Hoffmeister, one of the only 12 officials certified LEGO model makers, and his colleague, Pascal Lenhard, spent six weeks and 400,000 LEGO elements to build the life-size LEGO VW T2 camper van based on some 3D images. Continue reading Replica Of Iconic Volkswagen T2 Made Of 400,000 LEGO Bricks Revealed
I hate to flood you guys with yet another LEGO Ideas submission, but seriously, the LEGO MOC Lamborghini Centenario by LEGO Ideas member Brick-A-Brac is too good to pass. Granted, Brick-A-Brac did not build it. All Brick-A-Brac had to pitch is digital model, but man, this LEGO Technic version the Lamborghini’s commemorative supercar looks absolutely stunning. I think Brick-A-Brac may bagged more support he (or she?) had built it. Continue reading Should This LEGO MOC Lamborghini Centenario Be An Official LEGO Set?
If you are into Japanese imports, chances are, you will know the animated series Initial D. And if you are fan (of Initial D), I bet you will appreciate this LEGO Ideas submission, LEGO MOC Toyota AE86, by LEGO Ideas member kosenLEGOmaker. For those who do not know, the entire series revolves around downhill drifting, a underground street racing phenomena in Japan, and the main character is Takumi Fujiwara who perfected his downhill drifting through delivering delicate home-made tofu in his father’s Toyota AE86 Sprinter Trueno GT Apex. Continue reading Folks, Lets Make This Awesome LEGO MOC Toyota AE86 Happen!
You know it is coming and so it has. Finally, hugely popular 1960s cartoon by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, The Flintstones, has gotten its due immortalization as a LEGO set. The LEGO Ideas 21316 The Flintstones was originally submitted by LEGO Ideas member Andrew Clark, AKA AndrewClark2, in February 2017 and subsequently got the support of over 10,000 votes and shortlisted as an official set, adapted by LEGO Designer Ricardo Silva with graphic designer Crystal Maria Fontan who created the decorated elements and minifigures. Continue reading Yabba Dabba Doo! LEGO Ideas Flintstones Is Finally Available!