The Guardians of the Galaxy superheroes all seem destined for Lego fame, and I gotta say minifig artist, MikMikEternity totally outdid himself with his fully-sculpted custom Groot minifig.
She carries two small Erlenmeyer flasks and a bright, cheerful smile. She's the first of her kind and she's positively delightful! This weekend Lego unveiled their Minifigure Series 11 and the stand-out is the female scientist. This is Prof. Bodin, the minifig who's breaking the brick ceiling.
Believe it or not, there are no baseball bats in the Lego universe. Why? Probably because a minifig could use one to break another minifig's plastic cranium. And we all know that you can't use weapons in Lego's universe, much less break minifig craniums. This is why Brickarms, the dealer of All Things Violent for Lego…
This kid is Luka Apps, a 7-year-old kid from Great Britain. Luka got some money this Christmas, which he decided to spend in a shiny Lego Ninjago Ultra Sonic Raider set. Unfortunately, Luka lost one of his new favorite Lego minifigs on a shopping trip with his dad, which made him very sad. But instead of assuming his…
We've already seen one homemade remake of the Man of Steel trailer, but Antonio Toscano, Andrea Toscano, and Francesco Patanè turned to stop-motion animation for their version, using LEGO minifigs to play out the early days of Superman.
While Steven Spielberg gives us his biopic view of Abraham Lincoln this weekend, Lego builder Andrew Becraft offers a less realistic view of the United States' 16th president. He mounts minifig versions of other American leaders atop plastic dinosaurs, gives them guns, and creates moments from a strange alternate…
This street 3D painting was created at the Sarasota Chalk Festival last week: a Lego minifig terracota army, inspired by the Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses commissioned for the burial of Qin Shi Huang, the first Emperor of China.
These three Lego minifigs are standing ready to launch inside Juno, NASA's next interplanetary spacecraft. From left to right, they are Galileo Galilei, the goddess Juno and her husband, Jupiter. They will reach the mighty gas giant in five years.
What better way to encourage a kid to begin reading, than by fashioning a Lego minifig helmet with padded speakers that read the comic books' blurbs aloud? Naturally part of the deal is that said kiddywink must read the comic book as well, thus getting some education along with the enjoyment.
I have never seen these Lego Classic Space Minifigs before. Needless to say, I'm getting a pair right now because they are so cute and amazingly retro that they blew my underpants off.
That's it. I'm done. No more holiday gift thinking for me—Gigantastic 8-inch tall Star Wars stormtrooper Lego minifigs for everyone! And Darth Vader for me:
Oh Lego Minifig, you were perfect in your plastic symmetry and Mona Lisa smile before. But now that you've been knitted, I just want to hug you. Unfortunately, you can't buy this right away. You'll have to do it yourself:
Like its real counterpart, this Battleship Yamato is the biggest Lego ship ever constructed. At 22 feet long, it took 6 years and 4 months to complete by one of our Lego contest winners. [Updated]
The new Indiana Jones Lego sets are awesome. Not only do they adorably recreate several classic scenes from the three non-retarded Indy flicks, they've evolved the minifig to new heights: Short Round heights.
If you think it's difficult to get dressed in the morning, just imagine the anatomically induced wardrobe complications for a LEGO minifig.
Lego Middle Earth brewery? Check. Lego beer, check. Drunk Lego knights and peasants, check (me included). Glowing Lego ogres, check. Half naked Lego pole dancer that actually moves her booty around? ASFFGGAGADGAFGDH!!!