Lego Grumpy Cat by Ochre Jelly. Via (1, 2)
The taxidermy Lego insects by Siercon and Coral are pretty cool and impressive.
Coming from the fertile imagination of Christian Cantrell, these humorous Lego scene can’t help but make an impression.
Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry has been by way of magic, or rather by way of great labor and talent, been recreated in this replica made entirely out of Lego pieces. Lego builder Alice Finch spent a lot of time studying details of the structure by reading the Potter books for details, the movies [...]
The “King of Pop” had some really impressive dance moves that we think, have come to show pretty well in this Lego style that animator Annette Jung presented them with. Of course, the same grace doesn’t come easy, but the video does a pretty good job in bringing Michael Jackson’s signature dance moves to Lego.
The video has a couple Super Mario World levels presented an played as a Lego stop motion animation. Checkout the video, and there’s more fun to be had on the Flickr page of the creators of this video. Via Geekologie
Sometime next year, gamers will be able to get their hands on the Lego Marvel Super Heroes video game. Until then, rest in the revelry of these shots of concept art from the game. Being developed by Traveller’s Tales, this is the first time Marvel is joining hands with Lego for a video game offering.
Magical plastic Lego bricks sufficiently and very well deservedly work for us, but of course, the promise of novelty is never lost. Made out of birch and maple, the “knock-off” bricks are the work of Japanese designers at Mokurukku, who apparently are selling them not as replacements to Lego bricks, but more like a complimentary [...]
Project Azazel is where the action is at. The set on Flickr shows some very well known superhero movie scenes, changing them into the blocky pixel look that only comes with Lego. And that tends to make it more interesting. There’s a pretty bunch out there, and you might want to take a good look [...]
He may be made out of plastic, but BioShock’s Big Daddy hasn’t lost his stature or appearance in this sculpture by Pate-keetongu of Cyclopic Bricks. He’s got all his badass with him, right in ever Lego brick that makes this sculpture.
This Lego representation is a recreation of the fight scene of the battle on Fhloston Paradise from the movie The Fifth Element. Creator of this build, Matt De Lonoy has spent quite some time working out the details of the sculpture and the movie set.
This awesome Lego mural of famous game characters was apparently made by redditor soma_holiday‘s boyfriend. It measures 144 inches by 240 inches. He added about as many characters as possible, fixing the bricks on a particle board backing covered in velcro. It took about eight months to complete, and very clearly, is a job well [...]
A tribute to the Hermés Birkin bag, this one by Agnieszka Biernacka takes a Lego angle on to things. Insides of the bag are black cotton fabric, with the strength being handled by reinforced pcv fabric for the sides and the handles. All functions of course delegate their use to the shiny plastic bricks that [...]
It was too late for Mario to say he didn’t sign up for this, because by then Bowser had take him for a meal. The mecha Bowser was constructed by LEGO enthusiast Zane Houston for the Like A Boss contest on Flickr. We like the Italian plumber, but it looks like his ‘shrooming, murderous ways [...]
Lego bricks, it seems can do anything, even beyond the limits of imagination. For all the things in the world, we never thought Legos could be used to chalk up a pop-up building. But then we’re not Talapz, the dude who created the mind boggling model of the Tao-ji Buddhist temple, and did it as [...]