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.
This LEGO model is based on the Milwaukee Art Museum designed by Spanish architect, Santiago Calatrava. Created by LEGO Ideas member vidaandras, this LEGO MOC Milwaukee Art Museum is carefully thought out model that will have opening and closing wings just like the real deal.
Calling out to fans of Vespa. Yes, it’s another Vespa for today! But this one here is a LEGO MOC, submitted to LEGO Ideas. I think it deserve fans’ precious support because, this 445-piece, 1/9 scale model looks absolutely fantastic.
Jimi Hendrix was arguably one of the symbol of rock n’ roll. Not surprisingly, the legend was the choice of build for one LEGO Ideas member responding to LEGO Ideas call for new contest, Music To Our Ears.
Tom of Tom and Jerry is perhaps the one cartoon character that has been in the most malformed situations other than the good’ol Wile E. Coyote. Celebrating Tom and Jerry‘s 80 years in 2020, LEGO Ideas member, BrickGallery, has proposed a Tom and Jerry set that includes buildable figures of Tom and Jerry.
What you see here is the LEGO 3dfx Interactive Voodoo 3D Accelerator Card, aka Graphics Card, by LEGO Ideas member Bhaal_Spawn. It is one of those reasonable supported LEGO Ideas submission and you know it is totally cool, but at the end of the day, you know that it won’t ever make it as an …
LEGO models of automobile are obviously not new, be it official LEGO’s or LEGO MOC. In fact, we just saw one brilliant example from a movie franchise. But that has nothing to do with Jake Sadovich’s, aka JakeSadovich77, proposed LEGO Ideas set, the 1950s Murray Torpedo Roadmaster Pedal Car.
This one goes out to all the swashbuckling LEGO enthusiasts out there. The LEGO Ideas 21322 Pirates of Barracuda Bay is official! Inspired by the 1989 LEGO Black Seas Barracuda pirate ship model, the #21322 is massive set, packing a whopping 2,545 pieces and boasts some pretty serious details.
LEGO, at this point, is pretty much synonymous with licensed products, but thankfully, there is still a bunch of LEGO MOC enthusiasts who are faithful in creating original designs. The LEGO Expedition Balloon by LEGO Ideas member Happysmurf is one such commendable original design.
Here’s a LEGO Ideas submission by LegoApple_V2. It is a tabletop basketball game for two person like you have known, but in LEGO form. It was LEGO Ideas’ staff pick last week (I think) and seriously, no prize for guessing why. I mean, who doesn’t like a game of table basketball in LEGO? Everyone does.