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I'm Hypnotized by This Animated Lego Star Wars Desk Toy

Jason Allemann of JK Brickworks is one of the internet’s most talented amateur Lego builders; there’s a good reason Lego turned his working Labyrinth …

Lego

An architectural wonder of a sinister looking establishment

I must admit, when I first saw this building, I had chills run down my spine. It really reminded me of the heads of Nazgûl or wraiths from Lord of …

The future of details is now

There are times when a LEGO creation is futuristic because it is a spaceship, robot or another sci-fi element. There are other times, when the build …

3,000 piece custom minifigure-scale Guardians of the Galaxy Milano

Many of you have probably seen the official LEGO Milano 76081 from the new <i>Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2</i>, or maybe even read our review of the …

This Lego Booth Scans Your Face and Makes a Custom Kit So You Can Build Yourself Out of Legos

If you’ve always dreamed of creating a self-portrait out of Lego bricks, rejoice! A nifty machine at the toy maker’s London store can finally set you …

Custom LEGO MOC 4327 Piece Egyptian Museum Speed Build!

Outstanding ~30 minute long Speed Build video of Custom LEGO 4327 Piece MOC Egyptian Museum kit from the YouTube channel Brick Builder.<p>Brick Builder …

The Man Behind Lego's Best Car Sets Is a Bigger Gearhead than You

Craig Callum races a Ford Model A on sand. And he creates Lego kits. He's living your dream.<p>You know the sound already. The package is square, too thick to be a book, carefully wrapped and tucked beneath the tree. Shake it and there's the tell-tale rattle that heralds a morning spent in happy …

Ford GT

Replace Lego’s $190 Intelligent Brick with MIT’s Scratch and a $40 Raspberry Pi

A low-cost way to program and control Lego machines