Brick-built camera models are not the most common, let alone one that is based on a Polaroid camera. Even rarer is one with playability, such as a functioning film tray. The proposed LEGO Ideas set, Polaroid OneStep SX-70 by LEGO Ideas member Minibrick Productions, is one such “working” LEGO Polaroid camera.
The concept of omnidirectional wheels is not new. It has seen implementations, including a toy and even on a real car. But this omnidirectional wheel here is not the omnidirectional wheel you expect. The wheel is a ball.
Here’s a LEGO Ideas submission that will put a smile on skiing enthusiasts’ faces. Even if you are not a skiing person, this kinetic sculpture will mesmerize you too.
Someone has designed a LEGO model of a toilet. While we are not sure if a LEGO toilet should be in LEGO’s portfolio, this creation, simply called The LEGO Toilet, submitted by NickLafreniere1 on LEGO Ideas genuinely puts a smile on our face.
LEGO 71374 Nintendo Entertainment System exists because it was a classic. It is a symbol of pop culture of a bygone era. That said I doubt LEGO will ever immortalize the new video game consoles like the PlayStation 5 or the Xbox Series X.
If you like animals and mecha, and LEGO, then you will love Japanese LEGO enthusiast Mitsuru Nikaido’s series of Mecha animals LEGO MOC. Mitsuru Nikaido – the same person behind the super impressive LEGO Mecha “Coelacanth” – has submitted quite a number of LEGO MOCs to LEGO Ideas and among them are these: the LEGO …
You have heard of ugly sweaters (which are mostly anything but ugly, TBH). Now meet the Ugly Holiday Sweater Star Wars Snowspeeder by Ontario-based LEGO enthusiast, tc7200.
The two biggest LEGO releases for 2021 are the LEGO 10294 Titanic and the LEGO 75313 Star Wars AT-AT. The two sets are of very different build and from different universes. But what if. Just what if, the two were placed in a Telepod from The Fly and get teleported? I know. The odds of …
Oh, nothing much here. These are just awesome LEGO interpretations of sci-fi classic posters and book covers from the 80s aptly called Tales Of The Space Age by LEGO Ideas member john_carter (not John Carter of Mars, just in case you think he his!).
If you haven’t already heard, some unapproved LEGO Ideas projects have been given a second chance on LEGO-owned Bricklink, under its Designer Program. The LEGO Store Modular Version by Krisnow from a few years ago is one such project.