This is a VERY old news. What you see here is a LEGO MOC Millennium Falcon Guitar by South Korean LEGO enthusiast who go by the Flickr name ‘General Kkaebok’.
Space nuts are going to dig what LEGO Ideas member Jeno1 have created. The LEGO enthusiast with a passion for NASA and all-thing space vehicles has proposed the idea of a Airstream NASA Astrovan.
It is official, folks. The LEGO Ideas submission Spongebob Squarepants The Krusty Krab has garnered 10,000 support (and in just 43 days!) and it is in review. In other words, the most recognizable underwater diner in the world could an official LEGO set. So, keep your fingers crossed, Spongies!
If you know how an automobile engine actually works, you will come to appreciate the Rotary engine aka Wankel engine. While it is not the most efficient, we can’t deny that it yields the best liter-power ratio.
Motoring enthusiasts will sure to appreciate what LEGO Ideas member joemaruschak did here – even if they aren’t a fan of LEGO. joemaruschak has created a LEGO MOC simply called Early 1900s Race Car.
Holy shit. The iconic self-aware and self-driving crime-fighting vehicle from the 80s TV series Knight Rider may have a shot at becoming an official LEGO set! And we really have to thank Danish LEGO enthusiast and serial LEGO Ideas submitter, Jimmy Jakobsen aka Jimmy-DK.
You know this is going to happen sooner or later. What you see here is the Nintendo Zapper for NES, straight from the mid-80s… in LEGO guise. Perfect addition to those who are looking to complete the LEGO 71374 Nintendo Entertainment System setup.
Recently, LEGO Ideas held a LEGO MOC contest called “The Ultimate Tour”. There were 3 winners and this is one of them. If I can be honest, I think this is the coolest even though it is a third place winner. I could be biased here because, it is a ‘simulator’. However, I am confident […]
We are not entirely disappointed that LEGO’s take on Chinese folklore, Monkey King, is not literal (it is clear that LEGO tried to pull a Ninjago or Nexo Knights with this release). But then, we saw this: a LEGO MOC dubbed Sun Wukong, the Monkey King, by Redverse, and it totally changed our mind.
Good news, fans of 90s sitcom Seinfeld. Brent Waller did it again. His LEGO Ideas submission, the LEGO Seinfeld 30th Anniversary Set we talked about last year, has been picked by LEGO as one of the three official LEGO Ideas sets in the recent selection for projects that have reached 10K support.