Well, this is going to make thrill ride-loving LEGO fans all wet with excitement. I know am and I am not shy about it. This is what known to be the world’s largest replica of the wooden roller coaster made out entirely of LEGO elements. Built by one very talented LEGO enthusiast and YouTuber Chairudo, AKA Tomáš Kašpařík, back in 2017, it is modeled after the 1,200 by 60 meters (3,937 by 197 feet) El Toro in Jersey’s Six Flags and it was recently brought to Czech Republic and installed in a Prague toy store for the store’s exhibition called Czech RepuBRICK. Continue reading This Custom LEGO “Wooden” EL Toro Roller Coaster Is A Whopping 21F Long!
Over the weekend, LEGO marked the 60 years of LEGO bricks with a special brick: a giant-ass 10-foot tall LEGO brick sculpture that are made out of 133,300 regular size LEGO bricks. The result was, it looked like a giant person had misplaced at piece of a classic 2×4 brick at the middle of New York City’s Flatiron District, where it was on display from January 26 to 28, 2018. It took a group of “Master Builders” (Emmet’s not involved, if you really must know) over at LEGO’s Americas HQ in Enfield 350 hours to build this 1,200 lbs (544 kilograms) monster brick. Continue reading LEGO Marked 60 Years with 10-foot Tall LEGO Brick Made Up Of 133,000 Bricks
Now we know how sought after the LEGO UCS Millennium Falcon is. Apart from being an elusive set so many fans clamor, it also command a hefty price tag that, TBH, not everyone can or willing to shell out. Building your own is one way to get this iconic sci-fi cargo freighter that can do 12 parsecs, but the problem is, not everyone has 5,000 “movie accurate” grey bricks of assortment lying around. However, some may have 5,000 assortment of bricks of variety of colors lying around. That one someone was one imgur user called funkblast1. Continue reading Multicolored LEGO UCS Millennium Falcon Is Bold, Loud And Super Cool
Generally speaking, LEGO are for children and hence, each set that LEGO makes have to be kids-friendly. But if you are grown-ass man who thinks you deserve more than adorable, coarse-voice Batman, then you would have already learn of Citizen Brick. If you have not heard of Citizen Brick, well, it is not too late either. But who or what the hell is Citizen Brick? Simply put, they are folks who do custom printed LEGO minifigs and bricks. Or to put it in another way, they custom print LEGO minifigs that are sometimes too taboo for LEGO to even think about. Continue reading Citizen Brick Custom LEGO Minifigs That Are Too Taboo For LEGO To Make
I am sure you can easily pickup a R/C car with a classic 1965 Ford Mustang GT 350-H shell to satisfy your love for Mustang, but why would anyone made one (R/C car) out of LEGO and LEGO Technic parts? I know why. Because, the person that has magic touch when it comes to LEGO Technic can and the reasons for doing so becomes even more apparent when the resulting LEGO R/C car looks ridiculously detailed like this Custom LEGO R/C Ford Mustang GT 350-H. It is so detailed that, at a glance, you may even mistaken it for an actual scale model. Ladies and gentlemen, that is how good this R/C car of the 1965 muscle car is and I am not even exaggerating one bit. Continue reading Custom LEGO R/C Ford Mustang GT 350-H Is LEGO R/C Done Right
If you really think about it. Transformers’ Optimus Prime is kind of lame. I mean, he is the leader of the Autobot, but look at him. He is only but a prime mover, AKA semi, which is hardly intimidating, really. A Filipino-American artist, Don Figueroa, probably thought the same when he reimagined Optimus Prime into a Rolling Thunder Optimus Prime for a Transformers/G.I. Joe crossover comic. Not only Don’s Prime won’t be so lame, it will now strike fear in his enemies both as a robot and as a vehicle. Man, look at those weapon system! Who needs to throw punches anymore? Continue reading Custom LEGO Rolling Thunder Optimus Prime Needs To Be A LEGO Set Now!
Ever imagine how you will look like as a LEGO minifigure? If yes, then imagine no more because, Two Three Bricks will realize your dream of becoming Emmet. Well, not in real life though. What Two Three Bricks will do is to create customized LEGO caricature in your likeness through a combination of original LEGO minifigures and clever digital image manipulation with software like Photoshop. The result is surprisingly cool. Obviously, the shape of a LEGO minifigure is fixed, but what makes the minifigure you, are the details that were digitally added. Continue reading These Guys Will Immortalized You As Minifigure For Small Fee
How much are you a fan of Star Wars? The original trilogy, not the newer episodes. You know what. Don’t answer that because, most likely you won’t be as huge as a fan than Ben, Ferroh12 and Brick_Phil. How so? Because these three person have gotten together to create what could be the most detailed Star Wars Battle of Hoth scene, specifically the part where the Imperial forces are about to breach the Hoth Echo Base, using nothing but LEGO bricks. We do not know how long it took these three LEGO/Star Wars super fans to build this, but I guess a piece count of over 200,000 should a hint that it had took weeks, if not months to complete. Continue reading This 200K+ LEGO Bricks Re-creation Of Battle Of Hoth Totally Blew My Mind
JK Brickworks, AKA Jason Allemann, is an avid LEGO enthusiast who have the penchant for creating intricate kinetic sculptures out of LEGO. His latest work, the LEGO Lawnmower Man Kinetic Sculpture, is based off fellow LEGO enthusiast/YouTuber Josh David’s lawnmower kinetic sculpture, entitled LEGO Lawn Mower. Like Josh’s variant, Jason’s version uses a combination of LEGO Technic and non-LEGO Technic parts and in the usual JK Brickworks fashion, Jason makes a great LEGO kinetic sculpture greater by refining what Josh has done by throwing in his very own figure from his Sisyphus model into the mix – in addition to several other tweaks. Continue reading I Think I Can Spend All-Day Watching This LEGO Person Mowing The Lawn
Getting a job after graduating is the toughest. More so if you are switching career like Andy Morris. You see, Morris, who have recently graduated from University of South Wales with a degree in Interior Design, is making a mid-career switch from the finance sector to the creative industry. As you can see, the two are vastly different areas of expertise which a person like Andy would find it hard convincing new employers of his artistic and creative capabilities. And being 34 years of age doesn’t quite help either. He knew it will be a tall order even to just make an interview and so Andy did something nobody did before to make himself stand out from the competitions. Continue reading Design Graduate Created A Minifigure Of Himself, With Packaging, As His CV