Posted 2 years ago

Giant LEGO Display at Reiman Gardens in Ames

Another amazing build by a true master, Sean Kenney!

LINK:  http://www.therepublic.com/view/story/b7882deca78d4dadb57229bb274485fb/IA—Exchange-Lego-Sculptures/

Posted 2 years ago

LEGO Ball Maze

How cool is this?  I’ve thought of building this for years - but alas - someone (Truedimensions) has shown how cool this can be!

LINK:  http://blog.makezine.com/2012/04/25/lego-ball-maze/

Posted 2 years ago

LEGO Recycling Containers

While NOT official LEGO containers, these are pretty clever - could certainly be used for more than just recycling…

LINK:  http://inthralld.com/2012/04/lego-recycling-containers/

Posted 2 years ago

LEGO Pirate Ship Battle is Arrrsome

REPOST:  http://technabob.com/blog/2012/04/28/lego-pirate-ship-battle/

Builder:  Barney Main

Posted 2 years ago

Micro-Building

There are some amazing builds that capture the essence of their subject - proof that great things DO come in small packages!

Builder:  ArzLan (71649)

LINK:  http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?i=5451935

Posted 2 years ago

Star Wars

D’oh!  Another set of LEGO pics I can’t find the creator name for!  Lame.  Sorry, if you know who created this, please ping me and I’ll be sure and get creds on this.  :-)

Posted 2 years ago

Lord Of The Rings

OK - seriously - WHO isn’t excited for the LEGO LOTR sets?  I mean, how cool will it be to actually have LEGOlas! 

Apologies for lack of photo credit - I can’t remember where/who I got these pics from.  :-(

Posted 2 years ago

Series 7 Minifigs

A friend of mine just sold me a complete set of Series 7 minifigs, and for the most part, they are pretty cool.  While many in the AFOL (Adult Fans of LEGO) community seem to be losing some enthusiasm for the figs, I find them a neat addition to the LEGO world.  That being said, my personal favorite is probably the Hippie, while the continuing theme of a minifig in a costume (this year, a bunny) is a bit creepy, IMO.

Posted 2 years ago

Scott Doesn’t Ever Build Small!

Another incredible build by my friend, Scott - a great pyramid for Emerald City Comicon (Seattle, WA).  I think Scott will be bringing this to SeaLUG’s Brickcon - so if you want to see it IRL, check out Brickcon 2012!

LINK:  http://brickcon.org/

Posted 2 years ago
Everyone Loves Cup Cakes!
SOURCE:  D’oh!  Not sure who the builder/photographer is - if you know - let me know.  :-)

Everyone Loves Cup Cakes!

SOURCE:  D’oh!  Not sure who the builder/photographer is - if you know - let me know.  :-)