Holy crap, check out the awesome new Lego Batman Tumbler!

Behold the Lego Ultimate Collector's Series Batman Tumbler, a 1,869-piece vehicle built to minifig (mini-land?) scale. That means it's huge: 15 by 9 inches long, with a gorgeous interior cockpit. It'll come with Dark Knight Batman and Joker (the Heath Ledger version) minifigs for $200 this September. » 7/21/14 12:36pm 7/21/14 12:36pm

Thousands of Lego Pieces Have Been Washing Up On This Beach Since 1997

On the quaint coast of Cornwall, near the town of Perranporth, there's a beach that's constantly covered in Lego. Tiny flippers, little plastic dragons, a brick here and there—these pieces have been washing ashore since a shipping accident in 1997 sent 4.8 million pieces into the sea nearby. And one-by-one, out they… » 7/21/14 10:48am 7/21/14 10:48am

This Lego Super Mario Bros aquarium is the coolest aquarium of all time

Kelsey Kronmiller, a graphic designer, designed this amazing LEGO aquarium, which is about 90% done and "entirely coated in "Krylon Fusion," a clear enamel recommended by aquarists to protect fish." I love all the little details. This is such a cute build and totally makes me want to build a Lego aquarium. » 7/18/14 11:23pm 7/18/14 11:23pm

The Next Record-Breaking Lego Tower Could Be Built By a Lego Machine

To claim the Guinness World Record for the world's tallest Lego tower now requires the use of cranes and other machinery to stack over half a million bricks to a height of well over 100 feet. It's a daunting challenge that might have just gotten a whole lot easier through the use of—you guessed it—Lego. » 7/14/14 11:59am 7/14/14 11:59am

Nobody can survive walking barefoot on the diabolical Lego Firewalk

The Lego Firewalk has to be the most twisted, most diabolical, most cruel invention ever created by humankind. There's no way in heaven or hell that anybody can survive this walking barefoot without collapsing into a sobbing mass of trembling flesh, furthering the excruciating pain. » 6/21/14 2:51pm 6/21/14 2:51pm

Massive Lego 'Grand Budapest Hotel' is 50,000 whimsical bricks

Ryan Ziegelbauer, a LEGO Master Model Builder, designed this Lego replica of Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel with over 50,000 bricks. This two-minute video is condensed from hundreds of hours of design work and construction. The result is every bit as whimsical and charming and beautiful as a Wes Anderson… » 6/16/14 5:26pm 6/16/14 5:26pm

The Lego Movie creators make hilarious action movie trailer

The animators of The Lego Movie created this spoof grindhouse trailer featuring Abraham Lincoln and painter Michelangelo as crime fighters in a supposed flick called History Cops. The Lego Movie hits Blu-ray next week but one of the special features is online now and it's a lot of fun to watch. » 6/14/14 12:06am 6/14/14 12:06am

Why Stepping On LEGO Hurts So Much

Right up there with how the gun on the original Duck Hunt game worked, why it hurts so much to step on a Lego brick is one of the questions we're asked the most, so it's high time we answered it. As anyone who's done it knows, stepping on a Lego block is something akin to being shot in the foot by a knife soaked in… » 6/11/14 5:45am 6/11/14 5:45am

The biggest, most accurate Lego Imperial Star Destroyer ever built

More than 40,000 bricks. 110 pounds (50 kilograms). 6.62 feet long (2.02 meters). 4.1 feet wide (1.25 meters). 1.9 feet tall (58 centimeters). Eight months of design and building. Those are the stats for the biggest, most accurate Lego Imperial Star Destroyer ever built. It's truly amazing. » 6/03/14 2:37pm 6/03/14 2:37pm

Secret underground vault contains all Lego sets in history

I watched The Lego Movie once again. Like the first time, I cried like a little kid. It's a good movie, but the strong emotional reaction came from deep inside, firing the same childhood memories that The Lego Memory Lane—Leg0 HQ's underground secret vault with all their sets—did when I visited it in Billund, Denmark. » 5/31/14 7:39am 5/31/14 7:39am

Meanest wife ever forces husband to sell his 661-lb Lego collection

The Local reports that a Swedish Lego enthusiast recently put up an advertisement selling his entire 300 kg Lego collection for $11,500. He claims he's selling his massive cache of bricks to save his marriage. Allegedly his "old bag" of a wife gave him an ultimatum: "Get this shit out" or it's over. » 5/16/14 9:23pm 5/16/14 9:23pm

These people are building a massive 150,000-brick Lego cityscape

Otago Daily Times reports on a fascinating art installation by Danish artist Olafur Eliasson at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery. There are over 150,000 white Lego bricks that are piled on a table which the audience is encouraged to use "to construct an evolving miniature cityscape. » 5/08/14 10:44pm 5/08/14 10:44pm