This is a video of Youtuber agepbiz’s quest (appropriate) to 3D print himself a human scale LEGO knight’s helmet large enough to fit his own respectable-sized dome. The process included taking close-up photos of a helmet then digitizing them into a computer model, then upscaling that model by 2020% and
These are several shots of LEGO Certified Professional builder Jumpei Mitsui’s 50,000-piece interpretation of Katsushika Hokusai’s classic Japanese woodblock print ‘The Great Wave Of Kanagawa’, originally published between 1829 and 1833. *reminiscing fondly* I can remember it like it was yesterday. “1829?” It was the end of the late Edo
Go big or go home: I went home and I have no regrets. Other people, other people have decided to go big. This is a video tour of Czech Republic LEGO builder Marek Mencl’s 1,000,000+ piece LEGO Hogwarts Castle. Just look at that thing! The entire castle takes up an
When I was 14 I could barely stick two LEGO bricks together without gluing my head to the table. Well, it appears Twitter user Laura33697398’s son may have slightly surpassed my ability at the same age and created this entire Manhattan build. Impressive. I mean near as impressive as impressive
Dropping November 27th for $550, this 9,036-piece recreation of the Roman Colosseum is officially LEGO’s largest set to date. For reference, the two previous largest sets were the 7,541-piece Ultimate Collector Series Star Wars Millennium Falcon released in 2017 for $800, and 5,923-piece Taj Mahal released in 2007 for $300.
This is a video of very spirited maker of things Simone Giertz constructing a LEGO photo booth for her dog Scraps so Scraps can take selfies by pressing a pedal with her paw. When the pedal is pressed a treat is released, so Scraps gets a treat, Simone gets a
To celebrate (read: promote) the release of The Mandalorian season two, this is a timelapse video of three LEGO master builders constructing a full-scale baby Yoda out of 14,588 bricks over the course of 119 hours. *spit-takes all the LEGO pieces I had in my mouth* 119 hours?! Did they
This is a video released by LEGO and pizza lover The Brick Wall to celebrate five years on Youtube by presenting his latest creation: a LEGO assembly line capable of putting uniform amounts of sauce, cheese, pepperoni, and peppers (or any other small ingredient) on an uncooked pizza. Unfortunately it