An official LEGO dungeon building set for use with role playing games like Dungeons & Dragons is something people clearly want, which is why the LEGO Ideas project for this Dungeon Master set skyrocketed to 10,000 supporters in a matter of days. That means it will be officially considered for production. [click to continue…]
Over a three-month period, James Burrows masterfully created a functional roller coaster and dinosaur-themed park using a whopping 125,000 LEGO bricks. [click to continue…]
Berthil van Beek specializes in making Lego machines, and his latest contraption is hypnotic to say the least. It features 38 undulating colors and approximately 1,150 pieces. [click to continue…]
The idea is very simple. Will Arnett prank calls a British toy store in character as Lego Batman. Good times are had by all. But there’s a twist: he has to start each sentence with a new letter of the alphabet. [click to continue…]
What artist Dante Dentoni has done with this Lego wall installation is quite impressive. We love the creativity on display here, though I don’t know if I’m ready to tear up my drywall just yet.
Check out all of the little nooks built into the display below. The fact that it was done for a club owner in Miami explains a lot. [click to continue…]
The Lego Batman Movie isn’t even out yet, but next Lego Movie spinoff already has a trailer. They could go on forever like this. [click to continue…]
Earlier this month, AstonishingStudios constructed a working LEGO reproduction of the classic Nerf Maverick REV-6. However, that build was a bit too complicated for a tutorial as it contained around 700-pieces, some of which would be difficult to procure. So they opted for a smaller, more manageable design that you can build at home. See how it’s done in the video below. [click to continue…]
YouTuber “Bananenbuurman” has taken LEGO to new heights by creating a train set that travels through his backyard, weaving through and elaborate diorama with fish, boats, cars and an underwater subway. [click to continue…]
Between the LEGO The Last Of Us diorama and this build of Destiny‘s Divide in the Cosmodrome complete with a moving Fallen Walker, it’s been a good week for gaming x LEGO.
Created by LEGO enthusiast ShadowNight36, the Divide is already cool, but the walker is next level. See the entire build below. [click to continue…]
If I ever meet LEGO builder Tim Schwalfenberg, I’m going to get on my knees and do the Wayne’s World “we’re not worthy” thing because this LEGO The Last Of Us diorama is incredible. [click to continue…]