I love music. I love LEGO. For at least the last couple of years, the “Interactive Playpen” at the SXSW music festival in Austin, Texas has featured LEGO.
Here’s a cool shot from last year by Flickr user alykat:
And the Flickr new user icon, built and photographed by naelyn:
If you’re in Austin this week, be sure to check out some great music, and stop by the Interactive Playpen and build something cool!
Chuck Citrin is beginning to reveal himself as a rather talented young builder. We’ve featured his space and mecha creations here on The Brothers Brick before, but I think this is the first Town creation we’ve highlighted from him. Here’s his John Deere tractor:
From the other side, without farmer-dude:
Here is the fifth and sixth installments of Izzo’s sweet Drakkhen series.
Flight has a little bit of a different twist to it. It shows one large minifig scale dragon flying over a microscale landscape, as well as two microscale dragons. The perspective shots are incredible!
Encounter takes place in the open sea. I really like the splash and crash of the waves. The sea serpent also has a cool windblown look.
Check out the whole series here.
Nelson Yrizarry has gone all cheesy again, with six new cheesebots!
Whaddaya know, the world’s best Family Guy is a true LEGO fan!
EDIT: Dang it, for some reason the video is refusing to embed. Here’s a link: http://youtube.com/watch?v=KDdyF1ihThY
Go to the Lugnet announcement in order to download it. It’s well worth the read!
…but this is something altogether different. Moko, as you know, is one of our favorite builders here on the Brothers Brick. His newest build is quite cool, don’t you think?
Here is the fourth in what is said to be a series of eight. In “Invasion” Izzo’s sweet dragon terrorizes some innocent townsfolk. I see that the dragon has skipped the veggies in favor of succulent townsperson. Didn’t his mother teach him that carrots are good for you?