More than two years after I made The Contortion, I revisited the concept of interweaving spirals and made a very similar sculpture using different colors that are much lighter and more cheerful, reminiscent of a spring flower.
Adrian Drake (Brickfrenzy) is bringing his colossal super robot Raideen to our Big in Japan display at BrickCon. I think it will look very nice standing next to Mark Sandlin’s Mazinger Z, both of which are based off the Teknomeka frame.
I usually steer clear of multi-coloured brick-because-it’s-in-fashion art and design but I have to confess this particular boardroom table caught my eye. Not only is it genuinely made entirely of real LEGO (22k pieces of it no less) but there is no glue involved and a bunch of cute details including the client’s name.
As an added bonus the designers have included a 2-minute stop motion video of its creation down the bottom of the page.
BrickArms has released new custom minifig weapons spanning from historical to sci-fi genres, including the Heavy Scifi Rifle, Plasma Blade, Needle Gun, Energy Pistol, Photon Pistol, Mk2 Frag Grenade, Gunblade, Chainblade, Scalpel, Syringe, Bayonet, Claymore Sword, Glaive, and Cricket Bat.
Hans Dendauw (Tigmon74) has done a great job of capturing a moment with this diorama. The chunks flying look great, and I absolutely love the tumbling speeder bike and driver. He also seems to have used a blacklight to give the trans neon bits a bit of a glow.
We’ve all heard it, right? Actors declining roles for “creative differences”…right. Creative differences. On the actor’s part? After this fantastic brickfilm from mobiledeli, I’m personally more inclined to say it was the director with the issues. This one certainly has them.
Wihan (WhereverPanda) presents a gallery of *almost* black and white Lego photos inspired by song lyrics. There’s a sense of mystery and intrigue in each shot brought on by skillful lighting and framing. See them all on Flickr.