Could it be? Yes it could. Something’s coming. Something good. Yes, something big is happening in Denmark. This massive yellow LEGO brick was spotted by Mark John Stafford on a trailer bed hauled by a truck in Billund, Denmark.
The RoadPrinter by RP Systems is a paving machine that literally lays down brick roads. It still needs some human intervention, but helps lay down brick roads much faster than traditional methods.
Humans simply load bricks into the machine and it does the rest, carefully setting the bricks into position on the ground.
I never would have thought that a Game Boy would look good as a brick, but it actually looks pretty awesome. It looks heavy, but cool. Anyway, you may not believe it, but Nintendo’s handheld gaming system recently celebrated it’s 25th birthday.
If you’ve recently won the Powerball jackpot and don’t know what to blow your money on, consider this solid gold LEGO brick that will cost you $14,449.99(USD). It’s an official building piece from LEGO, so it isn’t just some knockoff.
Maybe it’s because they’re both sort of geeky, but I think that LEGOs and iPhones go well together. I suppose that is why Brando has just released these LEGO-inspired cases that will work with the iPhone 4 and 4S.
There are some times when making a product look retro turns out really cool. Things like the new Ford Mustang and the Chevy Camaro are great examples of how designers can use cues from old products to make something new and cool.
You got to love Nathan Sawaya: he makes these awesome LEGO sculptures. You’ve probably seen his 6′ Crackberry sculpture already, but these ones are a bit more artistically intriguing.
They are part of his first solo exhibition, and I’ve got to say that they are pretty awesome.
Taking its design cues from the snap-together world of LEGO, this clever remote-control car is great for those of you who just have to have things your own way.
When stripped bare, this R/C vehicle just looks like a flat LEGO base.
For many of us, LEGOs are just plain cool, or at least they were when we were kids. Now brickfans can add another item to their collection of blocky stuff with these cool LEGO wallets.
These LEGO wallets are pretty nifty, and the ones with the baseplates on the side can actually be customized with any bricks you care to attach.
While I think these are fun, I don’t know how comfortable they are since they look pretty bulky and stiff.
Remember Dirk VH’s giant LEGO Mario? Well it looks like LEGO Mario has a new bricky dinosaur friend, in the form of LEGO Yoshi.
Dirk took about 60 hours to build this 2-foot tall LEGO Yoshi, complete with bulbous proboscis (I think I know the name of my new band).
The Lego brick is the simplest form of a creative medium, the USB mouse is a creative tool for some. When you put these two together you get the USB Lego Mouse! The perfect gadget for those young at heart and are not afraid to show it off at their cubicle farm.
Aliens: not just for bursting out of your chest anymore. Now they’re in your LEGOs!
The titular aliens from the Alien films are, in my opinion, right at the top of the scariness chart, which means I never, ever thought I’d say anything based on their design was at all cute.
Shadow Complex was released for XBLA fewer than ten days ago, and not only is it hugely controversial, but it’s also got a LEGO tribute already. And you thought something like Grand Theft Auto IV made a splash.
Aww, even the guns are adorable!