A few years ago, no one would have thought that the most anticipated solo Batman movie would be a Lego one. But that’s the power of not only The Lego Movie, which introduced him, but Will Arnett’s gravely voice, which makes him real.
Carl Greatrix’s super-realistic Caterham Seven LEGO Ideas project got 10,000 supporters and the approval of the company, which will manufacture the kit for real now to arrive in stores later this year.
Bowing to public pressure, Lego has finally released its first minifig in a wheelchair. The latest Lego figurine was one of several recently showcased at the Nuremberg Toy Fair.
Everything is, indeed, awesome. Following a deal with the BBC that saw the inclusion of Doctor Who in the video game Lego Dimensions as well as get its own fantastic Lego playset, it looks like the Doctor may be taking a trip to the big screen... to join Emmet, Wyldstyle and friends for The Lego Movie 2.
LEGO builder Jason Allemann has proved that 3-number combination locks aren’t that complicated, and a few carefully assembled LEGO bricks are enough to create one.
Matthew Inman made this vintage Toyota Land Cruiser with a lot dedication, some superhuman sense of detail and 1,700 Lego bricks. It’s simply amazing. It’s got a tiny little transfer case! Leaf Springs! Look at that little bitty fan belt!
LEGO builder OliveSeon recreated the Battle of Yavin from Star Wars in a very creative way. Instead of building a huge Death Star he focused on its memorable “trench run” scene and made a detailed six-feet-wide version of it.
You saw the Tweet earlier, now see these big fellas in action! Sorta. This giant LEGO Avengers sculpture is attracting quite a lot of onlookers on the San Diego Comic-Con floor.
Simon Liu built this impressive LEGO Claptrap, which stands 2.5-feet tall. That’s pretty much 1:1 scale for the little guy!
Behold the ultimate Lego kit: half of a Porsche 911 RSR! Over 380,000 bricks went into making half of this car, and it’s one of the most detailed and wonderful Lego builds yet.
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You don’t often see clever builds like this Technic Dot Matrix Display by AncientJames from New Zealand.
Donkey Kong, Frogger, Pac-Man, Q*bert, a ball pit, skee-ball, cosplayers, vending machines, a punch bag and proper tiled floor. It's all there.
Letting 1930s GM teach you how a transmission works is great and all, but 1930s technology was limited in that it couldn’t actually show you the internal bits of a transmission in motion. Luckily, humanity has advanced to the point where there is a new solution, for your internal-transmission-workings desires. It’s…
Space Harrier. Out Run. Thunder Blade. Apart from being Sega arcade games from the eighties, what do they have in common? LEGO, of course.
First off, let me just warn everyone here, Lego's cheating a little bit. But, seeing as how the race is so unbalanced to begin with, that's probably okay. And, in the end, there's sort of a physics lesson to be learned, so I guess we're all winners.
When Jalopnik started back in 1883 as a telegraph-based horseless carriage news service, we had always planned on branching out into job recruiting. I'm happy to say that after over a century of planning, it's happening! And in the best way possible: Lego wants to hire a Jalopnik reader to be a graphic designer.
This Warhammer 40k diorama, made entirely from LEGO bricks, is just so fantastic. It makes me wonder: If these were official kits, would it be cheaper than buying regular Warhammer space marines and orks? At least building them would definitely take less time.
The Lego Movie was one of the funniest, most entertaining movies to come out this year and pretty much everyone who saw it and had a soul, loved it. Everyone except Lego Superman. He had beef with how the movie ended and he thinks he should have just saved the day and be the hero.