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Tag: Lego

Display Your LEGO Minifigs in a Giant Minifig

Display Your LEGO Minifigs in a Giant Minifig
Do you or your kids like to collect LEGO minifigures? You could leave them scattered around the room where you could step on one, or the dog could try to eat them, or you could store and display them in a more appropriate place.

LEGO Expert Turns NES Kit into a Game Boy Transformer

LEGO Expert Turns NES Kit into a Game Boy Transformer
As a fan of classic video games and LEGO bricks, I was pretty stoked when they released the official LEGO Nintendo Entertainment System in 2020. The 2600+ piece set lets you build a detailed model of an NES along with a TV set, a game cartridge, and a gamepad.

LEGO Ideas Motorized Johnny 5 Is Alive!

LEGO Ideas Motorized Johnny 5 Is Alive!
Short Circuit is one of those classic movies that every self-respecting geek should see at some point in their lives. After all, the star of the show is Number 5, aka Johnny 5, a charming and inquisitive robot who craves input and understanding from the human world.

The Ghosts Give Chase in this LEGO Pac-Man Automaton

The Ghosts Give Chase in this LEGO Pac-Man Automaton
Wakka Wakka Wakka, Everything is Awesome! It’s LEGO Pac-Man time! Do you love retro arcade games and LEGO bricks? Well, then, you’ll love this LEGO Pac-Man display that moves when you turn its crank. The 1603-piece set was designed by LiteBricks and submitted to LEGO Ideas.

A LEGO Sony Walkman Sounds Like a Great Idea

A LEGO Sony Walkman Sounds Like a Great Idea
Back in the days before streaming, MP3s, and CDs (and dinosaurs still roamed the Earth), all the cool kids had a Sony Walkman. This portable cassette player was a revolution for those wanting to listen to their tunes on the go and sold more than 200 million units by the time Sony stopped production of its cassette-based Walkmans in 2010.

This Creepy LEGO Technic Vehicle Is Coming to Get You

This Creepy LEGO Technic Vehicle Is Coming to Get You
The brainchild of imaginative LEGO builder Yoshihito Isogawa, this is the Creepy Vehicle, assembled entirely out of LEGO and LEGO Technic pieces. The vehicle rolls forward thanks to a LEGO Power Functions motor, constantly opening and closing its toothed aperture in the process.

The Five Tilted Rings LEGO GBC Looks Like a Fun Amusement Park Ride

The Five Tilted Rings LEGO GBC Looks Like a Fun Amusement Park Ride
Constructed entirely of LEGO Technic pieces by builder Akiyuki, this is ‘Five Titled Rings,’ an incredibly impressive LEGO Great Ball Contraption (GBC) consisting of five tilted rings that continuously pass balls up from one ring to the next higher one in the tower.

LEGO Infinity Gauntlet Set: I Am Inevitable

LEGO Infinity Gauntlet Set: I Am Inevitable
Thanos’s Infinity Gauntlet: I wish I had it. I’d only use it for good though, I swear. Well, mostly good. But considering the power glove is entirely fictional, I may have to settle for this 590-piece LEGO set is due for release on August 1st.

LEGO Maximum Security Prison Puts Your Minifigs Behind Bars

LEGO Maximum Security Prison Puts Your Minifigs Behind Bars
LEGO models can represent all kinds of different things, both imaginary and real. But this particular LEGO design takes on one of the more unpleasant sides of the real world – the seamy underbelly of society that is prison life.

LEGO Rainbow Bricks Is a Colorful 1,000-Piece Jigsaw Puzzle

LEGO Rainbow Bricks Is a Colorful 1,000-Piece Jigsaw Puzzle
Want to assemble LEGO bricks even when you aren’t assembling actual LEGO bricks? Well, you’re in luck, thanks to this 1,000-piece Rainbow Bricks jigsaw puzzle from LEGO and Chronicle Books. The 25″ x 20″ puzzle costs $18 on Amazon (affiliate link) and features a gradient of classic 2 x 4 LEGO bricks.

Look Inside a LEGO Factory to See How Bricks Are Made

Look Inside a LEGO Factory to See How Bricks Are Made
LEGO bricks: apparently they don’t grow on trees. I know, I’m as shocked as you are. Especially considering I just told my wife I was going to quit my marketing job to be a LEGO farmer.

Take A POV Ride Around This 224-Foot Long LEGO Roller Coaster

Take A POV Ride Around This 224-Foot Long LEGO Roller Coaster
Giving the roller coaster that was 2020 a run for its money, enjoy this GoPro’s point-of-view ride along the 68-meter (224-foot) roller coaster constructed by Akiyuki Brick Channel. Could you imagine if this had existed in Honey I Shrunk The Kids?

LEGO Approves Van Gogh ‘The Starry Night’ Set: It Belongs In A Museum!

LEGO Approves Van Gogh ‘The Starry Night’ Set: It Belongs In A Museum!
Van Gogh’s ‘The Starry Night’ is easily one of the most recognizable paintings in the world. And now LEGO has decided to make it an official set after the concept was proposed by builder Truman Cheng on the LEGO Ideas website, garnered the 10,000+ necessary supporters, and made it through LEGO’s approval process.

An Automated LEGO Gift-Wrapping Machine: Move Over, Gift Bags

An Automated LEGO Gift-Wrapping Machine: Move Over, Gift Bags
Because wrapping gifts is hard work but building incredibly complicated LEGO machines is a piece of cake, YouTubers TheBrickWall constructed this ‘LEGO Wrapping Factory,’ an automated gift wrapping station built entirely out of LEGO. The machine is capable of scanning a package to determine its dimensions, then cut, wrap and tape the gift in a manner that can only be described as way better than I could ever do.

LEGO to Produce a Sonic the Hedgehog Playset: Start Saving Your Gold Rings

LEGO to Produce a Sonic the Hedgehog Playset: Start Saving Your Gold Rings
Because dreams occasionally do come true, a Sonic The Hedgehog themed LEGO playset originally proposed by LEGO Ideas user toastergrl (aka 24-year old Viv Grannell) has garnered the necessary 10,000 supporters on the website and approval by LEGO to become an actual product.

A LEGO Jeopardy! Kinetic Sculpture Built in Tribute to Alex Trebek

A LEGO Jeopardy! Kinetic Sculpture Built in Tribute to Alex Trebek
We all pay our respects in our own way, and LEGO builder and YouTuber Douglas Hughes decided to construct this kinetic Jeopardy! sculpture in honor of the late, great Alex Trebek. Featuring contestants Ken Jennings (most wins), Brad Rutter (most money won), and James Holzhauer (most records), the figures move and buzz in, complete with light effects.

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