This is the absolutely stunning LEGO great coral reef built by LEGO maniac Kris Kelvin that’s up for voting on the LEGO Ideas website with the hope it gets the requisite 10,000 votes for LEGO to consider it for production. Just look at that thing! So many unique pieces. I
This is a video of LEGO builder Bricksie providing a full tour of his absolutely incredible LEGO room and all the sets on display there (I wonder how much they all cost), including a massive city in the center. It’s really impressive. As impressive as me performing the detachable thumb
Brickit is a smartphone app (currently available for iOS, Android coming soon) that can analyze any photo of spread out LEGO pieces (aka a LEGO minefield), identify the different pieces present via machine learning, suggest things you can build with them, and provide the step-by-step instructions to build those things.
This is a very impressively designed LEGO Great Ball Contraption (GBC) module built by Youtuber NDL-GBC featuring minifigs shootings the balls like basketballs thanks to their spring legs — real LEGO minifig pieces that were made in the early 2000’s for basketball themed sets. Very clever, and about 90% of
Available July 1st for $200, LEGO Ideas is releasing a typewriter build set inspired by the one submitted by builder Steve Guinness, and further influenced by a typewriter model used by LEGO Group founder Ole Kirk Kristiansen in the 1950’s. The set features 2,079 pieces and includes a carriage that
Constructed by incredibly talented LEGO builder jazlecraz, this is the LEGO Great Ball Contraption Showcase up for support on the LEGO Ideas website. For those of you unfamiliar with how the LEGO Ideas website works, if a set reaches 10,000 supporters LEGO will review it and consider the set for
This is a video demonstration of the Hogwarts moving Grand Staircase recreated by LEGO builder Eric Law and son Zach, who’s the captain of his school’s robotics team and programmed the movement of the stairs. Most impressive. Ten points for team Eric and Zach! “But–” Not another word, Hufflepuffs, or
Daring to dream: some people aren’t afraid to do it. Case in point: this video of the Brick Experiment Channel trying to construct the world’s longest 1:1 LEGO gear train (with first and last gears turning at the same speed), all driven by a single LEGO Power Functions motor. And