LEGO is having a blast with dishing out buildable helmets/head sculpts. Joining Star Wars and Marvel is DC Comics’ very own Batman. Well, only Bat’s cowl only, of course.
You have seen Godzilla model made entirely out of cardboard and you may have seen the 7-meter tall rice straw Gojira. Now meet 2-meter tall Godzilla made from discarded automobile tires.
LEGO Go Beyond space campaign is a celebration of space exploration. The campaign kicked late last month with the LEGO 10283 NASA Discovery Space Shuttle and now, LEGO is following up with 3D models of images from the Hubble Space Telescope.
Joining the original trio of Star Wars buildable helmets, are the LEGO Star Wars Darth Vader and Scout Trooper Helmets from Star Wars fans’ favorite, the original trilogy that started it all.
If you deep in the hobby of plastic model kits, then names like Aoshima, Bandai, Hasegawa and Tamiya should be familiar to you. And if really, really into the hobby, you would probably know that these big names in the world of plastic model kits are all located Shizuoka, a city just west of Tokyo, …
We may have seen the Octopus Chair, the Walrus and Rhino Chair, but those have not prepared us for what we about to see: Giant Red King Crab Sculptural Chair from Design Toscano.
Have you ever imagine yourself bathing in a tub of LEGO bricks? Never mind if you never did because, there’s at least one guy who did and he has created a beautiful and fun LEGO kinetic art to express this desire.
Building replicas machines and vehicles from the Star Wars universe is not new. But what we have seen were mostly projects by folks who had, you know, financial muscle (read: sponsors) to flex. That was not the case with these Star Wars fans in Russia, though.
Remember Ray Studio? The Gunpla model builder who turned a smartphone into an amazing mech sculpture? He has been turning a lot other things in robots since we last featured his work. Well, this is his latest work: an electric shaver reconstructed into a futuristic robot.
Mention the name Jason Freeny, anatomical cutaway figures are probably the first things to pop up in most people’s mind. But in reality, Freeny is more than a cutaway figures person. He’s a sculptor too, creates other characters that does not have their innards semi exposed.