We’ve got a few awesome Ghostbusters lego sets recently, with the original Ecto-1 and the Firehouse being some of the coolest Lego sets around recently. With the new movie coming out, we’re getting a lot more—and the ladies are looking amazing in Lego form, complete with their own Ecto-1 and ghosts to fight!
Colleges and universities always provide new students with a list of essentials they’ll need for both their studies and dorm life. But ahead of laptops and shower flip-flops, this Lego KFC-dispensing vending machine should be at the top of the list.
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.
The Porsche is a popular choice for Lego enthusiasts looking to test their modelling skills, but leave it to the toymaker’s official builders to absolutely nail the curves and contours that make the 911 so recognizable on this new Technic set.
The 2016 New York Toy Fair doesn’t start until next month, but toy fairs in London and Nuremberg are already well under way. As a result, we’re starting to get sneak previews of what we’ll see in New York in February, including this new Lego Technic excavator that looks astoundingly massive.
Google Glass is dead, and the company is doing everything it can to make the world forget it ever sold the wearable experiment. It wasn’t a complete disaster, though. The product had occasional moments of brilliance, like this Lego Assistant app that walks users through building a complex model, without the need for a…
Like battling with an Etch A Sketch to draw a simple circle, Lego doesn’t exactly lend itself well to building curved shapes. But the folks at Bright Bricks managed to build a lifesize version of BB-8 for the Star Wars: The Force Awakens premiere in the UK that looks perfectly spherical.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the classic campy Batman TV series starring Adam West that premiered on January 12, 1966, today Lego has officially revealed a massive new 2,500-piece Batcave set that includes the retro Batmobile, Batcopter, and Batcycle.
Lego sells some impressively large and obscenely expensive models (the $800 Super Star Destroyer comes to mind) but the company does have its limits. Its largest AT-AT set tops out at 1,000 pieces, but this custom build pushes that to well over 6,000, which explains why it’s so gloriously detailed.
There’s a reason Lego is the most popular toy on earth. Not only does it inspire and foster kids’ imaginations, it can also be used as a valuable teaching tool as the company’s new WeDo 2.0 robitics and coding kits demonstrate.
Getting up in the mornings can sometimes feel like a daunting task—sometimes preparing yourself breakfast, even just a simple bowl of cereal, even more so. Wouldn’t all be better off if we could just build a machine out of Lego to do it all for us instead? Probably. I look forward to our Lego vending machine future.
In an ideal world every product would perfectly balance form and function. But in that ideal world this Lego-compatible ballpoint pen from ThinkGeek wouldn’t exist. Who cares if it’s the least ergonomic writing tool you can buy, you get to customize it with Lego!