LEGO is really heating up the Speed Champions line. Following the Panasonic Jaguar Formula E and I-Pace two-pack is another two-pack. This time it is the Lamborghini, or should we say, Lamborghinis.
Tesla Cybertruck has polarizing design that either you love it or hate it. Personally, I am digging it. The angular, futuristic look is not for everyone, but it is perfect as a LEGO model, as proven by LEGO enthusiast Peter Blackert.
Well, what do you know? Nissan is joining the long list of LEGO Speed Champions come next year. Not surprisingly, it is the Nissan GT-R NISMO that was given the brick treatment (though we would much love it was the R32).
If you love the idea of a LEGO set based on a real-life truck, or in this case, a semi, like the Scania Next Generation, then you may want to consider chipping your one precious support on LEGO Ideas for this creation called LEGO Scania Next Generation S730 by LEGO Ideas member mpj83.
Here’s yet another life-size LEGO replica, but unlike all other life-size LEGO replicas we have seen thus far, this should be the biggest ever and honestly, it will be a record that is hard to beat. The life-size LEGO replica in question is a recreation of the coffee shop in the hit 90s sitcom Friends.
Those guys over at LEGO really know how find reasons to build awesome giant sculptures. From a life-size Apollo 11 astronaut to mark the 50 years of Moon landing to a giant Batman to celebrate the cape crusader’s 80 years to a life-size McLaren Senna, they have done it all.
Wait. Is Top Gear still a thing without Clarkson? If it is to you, then I am pretty darn sure you will dig the new LEGO Technic Top Gear Rally Car. The LEGO Technic Top Gear Rally Car is the first-ever LEGO Technic set designed in collaboration with BBC studios (with no reference to any […]
Fans of LEGO Star Wars may want to hit up LEGOLAND before 2019 comes to an end because, we heard that LEGOLAND has put out words that starting from 2020, Star Wars Miniland will disappear from all the parks.
Making a stop motion video of cooking meals with non-edible stuff like gadgets and whatnot offers a surreal watching experience. “Cooking up” a pizza with LEGO elements, also in stop motion, takes that surreal experience to the next level.
After it was spotted at Billund Airport LEGO Store last week, LEGO has finally make the LEGO 76139 1989 Batmobile official. Even though I knew it was coming, I was little surprised. I was surprised it actually came with a rotating display base, which is a nice touch.