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Life-size LEGO Civic Type R Somehow Looks Better Than The Real Thing

It is no secret that I have always thought the new Honda Civic’s design leaves much to be desired. Despite that, I find myself ogling over this life-size LEGO Honda Civic Type R created by LEGO Certified Professional, Ryan ‘Brickman’ McNaught. The jagged edges somehow accentuated the overall appearance, making me forget it had a design that I love to hate. Continue reading Life-size LEGO Civic Type R Somehow Looks Better Than The Real Thing

This Is How Lower Manhattan Looks Like In LEGO Bricks

Have you wonder how Lower Manhattan looks like in LEGO bricks? Well, wonder no more my friends because, Ryan ‘Brickman’ McNaught has created a stunning installation of The Big Apple in all-white LEGO bricks and boy, was it a sight to behold. The installation, Lower Manhattan in LEGO Bricks, was part of Brickman’s latest LEGO brick exhibition in collaboration with LEGO CITY entitled Brickman Cities. Here’s what the exhibition is about: Continue reading This Is How Lower Manhattan Looks Like In LEGO Bricks

Toyota Unveiled A Life-size 500,000 Bricks LEGO Camry

Here’s another real-life car that have gotten the LEGO treatment. If you haven’t already notice, that’s a Toyota Camry right there. But why Camry? We have no clue why Camry was chosen among the so many models the Japanese automaker has in its lineup. A promotion of this rather popular model in Australia, I supposed. However, we know that this Life-size LEGO Toyota Camry was created for the Brickman Awesome exhibition and it was designed by Ryan “The Brickman” McNaught, who is one of the only 14 LEGO certified professional in the world. Continue reading Toyota Unveiled A Life-size 500,000 Bricks LEGO Camry

Mind Blown: Titanic’s Final Moment Recreated With LEGO Bricks

The sinking of the RMS Titanic was a disaster not to be celebrated, but when LEGO Certified Professional Ryan McNaught aka The Brickman recreated the last moment of Titanic before it sank to the bottom of the North Atlantic Ocean in LEGO, it totally blew our mind. It took over 250 hours and around 120,000 LEGO bricks to bring this tragedy to live. It was a grim reminder one of the world’s worst sea tragedy, but we can’t help but to marvel at Ryan’s creation. The set was a team work by Ryan and two other builders, Mitchell Kruik and Clay Mellington, and it started on December 19th 2015 and completed on January 12th, 2016. Continue reading Mind Blown: Titanic’s Final Moment Recreated With LEGO Bricks