A lovely little piece of retro-tech is Steve Vargo’s stirling flyer:
Busterbuilder has put together a fun little futuristic air craft:
I really like the angles on the wings and near the cockpit, and the colour designations on the wings are a fun little detail. Good work!
Well, he’s done it again. Izzo’s third installment in his Dragon series is freakin’ cool. Exterminators is definitely worthy of this incredible builder. I love that sculpted flame!
If this is just “part of a longer harbour project” by Andreas Weissenburg, Malle Hawking may have some competition in the large-scale maritime model realm:
Everyone’s favorite plastic LEGO brick has already been incarnated in digital form through thrid-party software (Ldraw), computer games (LEGO Island, etc) and other software (LEGO Factory), but coming to 2008, The LEGO Company, in parnership with NetDevil, is launching a Massively Multiplater Online Game. Excited? Check out the website and press release!
EDIT (AB): Added three more exclamation points to the post title. Just because this is the most awesomest ever.
DARKSpawn built a sweet, functional Ballista. You gotta love that dragon skull!
Izzo has done it again, but this time its a confrontation of epic proportions. He has recently posted a diorama called Engagement and it definitely engaging! He refers to this as scene 01, hopefully that means that more is on the way…
As soon as I got the above diorama posted, Izzo posted another one! Scene 02 is called Escape.
Classic-Castle member brody has discovered an art exhibit in the U.K. by John Cake and Darren Neave (aka “The Little Artists”) that recreates various pieces of contemporary art in LEGO bricks.
Read more about the exhibit, titled “Art Craziest Nation,” on the Walker Art Gallery Web site. Here are a couple of previews.
Damien Hirst’s “The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living” (1991):
Andy Warhol’s “Money”: