These lifesize Lego superhero and other popular character statues made an appearance at the San Diego Comic-con. The Superman statue is 7 feet tall, the Iron Man is 6.5 feet tall, plus they have Batman, Robin and Gandalf and The Hobbits keep them company.
The video shows AmputeeOT fashioning a prosthetic leg made out of Lego bricks for herself. Someone from her research lab jokingly suggested she make a prosthetic leg out of Lego, and well, she did! Obviously, the Lego prosthetic isn’t meant for practical use and was just a fun project.
Designer and artist Rie Hosokai made this classy looking dress from Lego pieces. The all white dress was made for the Piece of Peace World Heritage exhibit and is based on an earlier creation of the artist, a similar dress made from balloons, who happen to be the artist’s favored medium.
Cyberpocalypse is a Lego city awash with tall buildings and tiny lights to give it a more realistic appearance. The detailed build shows off the city landscape in buildings, signage, people and of course, rounds of lights and electroluminescent wires.
As a cue to superb Game of Thrones Lego creations that we are sure are soon to come along, LEGO customizer miniBIGS has created a set of minifigs from the series. The custom minifigs include Eddard Stark, Jon Snow, Arya Stark, Tyrion Lannister and Daenerys Targaryen with one of her dragons.
The Lego movie is on its way. Directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller, the movie follows the life of a minifigure Emmet who is mistaken to be the most extraordinary person and the key to saving the world.
Cars from TV Shows from the 80s were legendary. Just looking at the set above, we can see all cars we love from the time. There’s the Ghostbusters Ecto-1, the Dukes of Hazzard’s General Lee, the A-Team’s GMC Vandura, and Knight Rider’s KITT, all in one place and all looking pretty and rad.
Good job aliens, dressing up in our favorite Legos for your nefarious ends is good strategy indeed. AL13N163NA made this real-looking 1:1 replica of the Facehugger out of 500 bricks. If you see one of these in your set of bricks, please run and try to not let the bricks being shat impede your speed.
This is the world’s largest sculpture, and awesome X-Wing Starfighter made from 5.3 million Lego bricks. It weighs 46000 pounds, and took 32 people more than 17000 hours to put it all together. The Fighter arrived in New York in different pieces packed in 34 containers sent from Kladno in Czech Republic.
Lego Voldemort is seeking the elder wand to help destroy his mortal enemy, Harry Potter. Ollivanders obviously is the good place to start looking for a wand. Sadly for Voldemort, he runs into someone who shouldn’t have been there.