LEGO is fun, but the pieces can be pain to your feet if you leave them lying around as would any good LEGO builders. The pain can be so excruciating that you’d remember to clean up after any LEGO build, but for one very talented LEGO enthusiast, he (or was it a she???) decided that it is better leave it to LEGO to clean up its own shit. How? With this brilliant LEGO MOC called “LEGO Rumba.” If you think LEGO Rumba sounds like Roomba, the robotic vacuum cleaner that started it all, well, it kind of is. Except that it doesn’t look like one (it isn’t disc shape is what I mean) and it isn’t vacuum cleaner. It has only one purpose and that is to “sweep” up LEGO pieces. Continue reading LEGO “Rumba” Is Like Roomba For Sweeping LEGO Pieces
What you see here is a LEGO Technic MOC of the 2016 Tesla Model S. I know right. Finally! Finally someone decided to turn this modern day icon into a LEGO Technic version and it its absolutely cool! What makes this even more rad is, the details that went into it and also, remote control. Yup. This LEGO-lized Tesla Model S actually rolls. Even cooler, it is controlled via a smartphone. I mean, seriously, how cool is that. Very. And that’s coming from a not-a-huge-fan. Continue reading This LEGO Technic MOC Tesla Model S Should Be Made As An Official Set
Here’s another real-life car that have gotten the LEGO treatment. If you haven’t already notice, that’s a Toyota Camry right there. But why Camry? We have no clue why Camry was chosen among the so many models the Japanese automaker has in its lineup. A promotion of this rather popular model in Australia, I supposed. However, we know that this Life-size LEGO Toyota Camry was created for the Brickman Awesome exhibition and it was designed by Ryan “The Brickman” McNaught, who is one of the only 14 LEGO certified professional in the world. Continue reading Toyota Unveiled A Life-size 500,000 Bricks LEGO Camry
This is David Aguilar. David is a regular 18-year-old form Andorra who is NOT a LEGO certified professional and more importantly, unlike most people, he was born with just one fully-formed, functional arm. Missing a fully-formed arm and his passion for LEGO drove David to dream about having LEGO as part of his body. He eventually did, at the age of nine, when he built a prosthetic arm out LEGO pieces. But, as you would have imagined, that didn’t last. Continue reading This Is David, The Teen Who Built His Own Prosthetic Arm With LEGO
Most loyal Star Wars didn’t think Episode I, The Phantom Menace lived up to the franchise’s name, but if there was one thing good and memorable about the film, it would be the Pod racing scenes. It must be so, why else would there be a video game on it, right? I am not going to lie. I am a fan of the Pod racing scene and now even more so because of one dude: Alexis Dos Santos. You see, Alexis Dos Santos, AKA TKEL Creations, has recreated the iconic Pod racing scene with LEGO and mind you, he didn’t just cobble together a diorama of the scene; he recreated the scene as an interactive LEGO which he can play like a video game. Now, that’s super cool! Continue reading I Want This LEGO Arcade Of The Star Wars Pod Racing So Very Badly!
Considering how big the name Mario is, it is hard to imagine there isn’t an official LEGO Mario figure. I mean, a huge, posable one, not the minifig scale kind. If you have been thinking the same, well, fret no more because, maker of random stuff (but mostly LEGO, really), hachiroku24 has built a posable figure of the world’s famous princess-saving plumber. Not only did he did that, but he is also kind enough to guide whoever are interested in building one themselves. Continue reading Guy Built A Posable LEGO Mario Figure, Teaches You How To Built One Too
Like iPhone, LEGO is pretty much capable of many things and apparently, it now includes blowing snow. Yup. I didn’t think that is possible either, but truth be told, it can, albeit a little slower than one may have hoped. A YouTube channel that deals in all thing LEGO, specifically Technic sets, known as The Brick Wall, has created an impressive Snowblower mod. The Brick Wall did not cobbled together this impressive, fully functionally snowblower from scratch though; he (or was it a she?) took a LEGO Technic 6×6 All-Terrain Tow Truck, designated 42070, as a base and weaved his (or her?) magic on it to result in a working snowblower. Continue reading Someone Turned A LEGO Technic Tow Truck Into A Working Snowblower!
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