Korean Lego enthusiast Hayarobi built this working Lego turntable for the 2014 Seoul Brick Pop Art Exhibition. It is called “The Planet” and was made of 2,405 bricks. The whole thing is powered by a Lego Power Functions Battery Box and uses an M-Motor. The only non-Lego part is the Audio Technica phono cartridge and there is even a matching tube amp and cases for the speakers.

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This fantastic video recreates the lobby scene from The Matrix using Lego minifig versions of Neo and Trinity. There’s also a fascinating behind-the-scenes video that shows how a six-second segment of the video took an hour and a half to create.

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This is undoubtedly one of the most ambitious LEGO stop-motion videos of all time.

Paul Hollingsworth of Digital Wizard Studios and his daughter Haley used over $100,000 in LEGO pieces to re-create all the best scenes from Jurassic Park in one epic stop-motion video. With the help of their friends, they built sets and characters that really come to life with the use of motion control camera rigs and after effects compositing.

Talk about a cool Dad and daughter project! Go watch the video right now.

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When Marco den Besten set out to make a Lego castle, he wasn’t messing around. He calls it Armortug and it took 3-4 months to finish. There are multiple towers and walls, hidden chambers, a seaport, and even a marketplace. Also, look closely and you’ll see a familiar little blue box that has found its way into the scene.

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This isn’t your mama’s crafting tool any longer. This is a super MacGyvered 3D doodler created by Industrial design student Vimal Patel.

The idea started from a university project where he was challenged to use biodegradable 3D printing filament (monomateriality) to replace the functionality of multimaterial products. Products like helmets, for example, use multiple materials like foam, plastic, adhesives, and paint which cannot be recycled easily. A helmet made of a single material would go a long way in overcoming this problem. Plus, it would be a lot cheaper to produce.

Experimenting with traditional 3D printers, Patel printed layer upon layer to resolve the hardness issue of the filament, but then the flexibility became compromised. Realizing the answer to both issues would be to “extrude material along a path in multiple axes”, he took the next, uh…logical step and fabricated a handheld printer out of LEGO and attached it to a glue gun. Viola, a handheld printer that layers on all axes.

This is just pure genius. Check out the video below showing the build and the printing in action.

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Lego has already revealed an incredible Lego Simpsons house, and now they’ve added in the Kwik-E-Mart. It’s an incredibly detailed set that will retail for $200. It includes 2,179 pieces and comes with Apu, Chief Wiggum, Homer, Marge, Bart, and Snake.

The building opens up to reveal fully stocked shelves holding the same products seen on the show. There’s even a Squishee machine.

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These miniature Lego arcade games are currently up for voting over on Lego Ideas. The set includes the ’80s Sega classics Space Harrier, Out Run and Thunder Blade. They even come with three minifigs.

The idea was submitted by SpacySmoke and will have you wishing you had an afternoon to spend at a good old-fashioned arcade with a fist full of quarters in your pocket.

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There is a magical place on the internet called LEGO Ideas where fans can submit there own LEGO set creations and get votes in hopes of having their building sets made for real. Brick building aficionado aBetterMonkey has just submitted for approval the cast of Adventure Time!

Using 640 bricks, he recreated 15 of our favorite characters including Finn, Jake, Princess Bubblegum, and Lady Unicorn. Although he’s got 333 days left for voting, none of us want to wait that long. If we’re going to make this happen, we need to get this to 10,000 votes in order for LEGO to officially review the submission.

So let’s punch-a some buns and get those votes in!

Unfortunately, the bar has already been set pretty high. Another, more elaborate set was submitted back in 2013 and didn’t make the cut. Even if this new set fails, the bottom line is that an Adventure Time set needs to happen so bad.

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This is what happens when you get a bunch of talented people together and have them make things. This LEGO Back To The Future short made by Macro Lego Universe at Brick 2014 perfectly recreates the thrilling clock tower scene at the end of the movie.

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For a mere $375 you can enhance your living room decor with a massive LEGO inspired coffee table from Etsy seller Branching Outward. Each 48-pound wooden brick is made to order and can be finished in a variety of colors. The advertised size of 28.5″x16″x15″ can also be adjusted upon request. However, the piece appears to serve as a table only – so if you were hoping to use these things to add on to your house or store your brick collection, you’re out of luck.

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