One of my all time favorite holiday movies is A Christmas Story. Ralphie and his quest for a Red Ryder BB gun is the stuff of Christmas legend. His old man and his legendary ability to curse makes the movie that much better.
Don’t you have enough to do this Christmas without having to worry about Christmas cards? The answer is yes. So build a LEGO machine that will handle all of your holiday card needs. That is what this Mindstorms assistant does.
If you haven’t watched Westworld yet, you’re missing one of the best science fiction series to hit TV in a long time. It’s packed with mysteries, awesome visuals, great characters, and lots of cool Easter eggs.
Ford is teasing a new LEGO Speed Champions kit that lets you build up two iconic race cars that each won their class in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The set includes the GT40 that won in 1966 and the 2016 Ford GT that won in 2016.
If Godzilla ever went through an awkward teen stage, this would be what he looked like. This strange, yet incredibly cool mask was made using LEGO and it’s actually wearable. It’s like a really geeky helmet that won’t protect your noggin from anything.
A Jeep Wrangler is about as aerodynamic as a brick, has terrible fuel economy, and isn’t that comfortable compared to other cars in its price range. It’s also about 100x more awesome than just about any other SUV out there.
Check out this elaborate LEGO Mindstorms miniature factory. It is a real working factory in miniature, where minifigs can slave away for sub-par wages as they sweat and toil. It takes about three minutes to perform just one task: making a tiny folded paper cube.
If you’re not into motorcycles, you might not have any idea what an adventure bike is. It’s rather like a dual sport bike meant for cruising the highways, then hitting off-road terrain. It’s generally more geared towards comfortable highway riding than some hard core dual-sports.
DFDS is the largest shipping and Logistics Company in Norther Europe. They are celebrating its 150th anniversary in style by building a giant LEGO ship! The employees created the world’s largest LEGO ship, named Jubilee Seaways using 1,015 million bricks.
Oh the glorious joy of watching objects melt. My inner pyro thanks you, Internet. YouTube channel Let’s Melt This has created a new melting video, in which they turned a LEGO Chopper Transporter set into some toasty LEGO S’mores.
LEGO bricks can build many things, but we’ve never seen them on a functional aircraft. After all, they’re not exactly known for their stability or aerodynamic properties. Believing that nothing is impossible, YouTuber PeterSripol built what he thinks is the world’s first LEGO radio-controlled plane that can actually fly.
Pop-up books are awesome. You have to love the engineering that goes into creating these 3D papercraft artworks. You know what’s even better? A pop-up book made of LEGO! This “book” is called Brick Tales and tells a story in LEGO.
What would happen if you used a skateboard made out of LEGO bricks just like a regular skateboard? Could it handle the the flips and tricks that you normally do? Braille Skateboarding has the answer in this video which put a LEGO skateboard through its paces.
If you are a real LEGO fanatic, you have probably wondered at some point, what you would look like as a minifig. Well, you may not be able to transform yourself into a plastic figure, but this shopping bag will transform your hands into LEGO hands in an instant.
Like cool machines? How about drawing? Jason Allemann built a neat LEGO Spirograph robot that can draw several geometric patterns, just like the old toy.
By adjusting the arms, it can doodle different sorts of hypotrochoids.