Not every petrol head can afford a Ferrari, let alone a race car. But thanks to LEGO, most automobile enthusiasts can roll-up their sleeves to build their very own Ferrari 488 GTE AF Corse #51.
Here’s a proposed LEGO Ideas set that fans of BBC’s detective series Sherlock should be thrilled about. The proposed LEGO Ideas Sherlock 10th Anniversary: 221b Baker Street is created by LEGO Ideas member Detective Studios1 to mark the 10th years of BBC show Sherlock, featuring the show’s iconic location of 221b Baker Street.
Not everyone has the money to secure a McLaren Senna GTR and even if you do have the money for one, your interaction with the car is limited to the track. But why put a limit to your interaction with the 814 HP beast when you can have it in your living? That you can […]
I am sure the idea of a brick-built, giant LEGO Minifig isn’t new. But since this popped up on our radar and it appears to be cohesive, we thought we should help Seb_E get in some support.
LEGO has up its own game with the LEGO 10276 Creator Colosseum Building Set. This accurate LEGO brick model of the Rome’s most iconic landmark is the largest LEGO brick set ever created.
LEGO has just revealed a new LEGO Ghostbusters ECTO-1 and holy smoke! It is the largest and the most detailed LEGO brick Ghostbusters ECTO-1 ever created and the most accurate brick-based representation of the iconic converted 1959 Cadillac Miller-Meteor ambulance.
The LEGO Ideas green-lit project 123 Sesame Street by Ivan Guerrero is finally hitting the shelves. There is a lot to celebrate about the LEGO Ideas 21324 123 Sesame Street set here.
What you see here is a life-size LEGO model of The Child aka Baby Yoda from Disney+’s The Mandalorian. It is the latest to join LEGO’s growing list of life-size pop culture icon sculptures that include evergreen characters like Mickey Mouse to Han Solo in Carbonite to life-size replica of the McLaren Senna supercar – […]
One of our favorite inventors/YouTube personalities Simone Giertz tried teaching her pet dog, Scraps, how to take a selfie with a smartphone, but little doggy just couldn’t get her paws on it. So she does what any sane inventor would do: built a dog selfie booth.
Danish LEGO enthusiast Jimmy Jakobsen aka Jimmy-DK’s Knight Rider’s K.I.T.T. may have not made pass the LEGO Ideas review, but he ain’t stopping. The man next LEGO Ideas submission will tug the heartstrings of folks who grew up in the 70s and 80s too.