But contrary to what your mother told you, some food is meant to be played with, as Matt Armstrong demonstrates with these cunningly crafted crops. From green onions to broccoli and avocados, Matt’s got your organic palate covered.
Three of the best truck builders out there (Ingmar Spijkhoven, Dennis Bosman and Bricksonwheels) decided to meet. Here is how some of their models look brought together. You might have seen some of those before, but I guess never in this awesome combos.
We’ve featured many of Jarek‘s Warhammer 40K creations in the past, but this is a first. Instead of scale models of vehicles or troops from the games, he’s built a life-sized gun from the game. He’s built in several cool play features, though not launching a projectile, which you can see in his youtube video, below.
At first glance you may think you’re looking at another typical large castle diorama, but a second look will quickly reveal anachronistic elements such as a train, a military patrol boat, and… a mad scientist’s lab? Indeed, this diorama by Ciamosław Ciamek is no ordinary castle. Check out the story on Flickr and visit Brickshelf for all the detail shots.
Rymdreglage, the creator of 8-bit trip, recently announced the making of 8-bit trip 2. Anyone who has undertaken a large Lego project will also know the tedious process of sorting. 71 hours later and this video was made.
It’s no surprise that Malte Dorowski’s most recent vehicles are gorgeous, but the added accessories and matching colors make this set of vehicles even more outstanding. The stunning Porsche 935 Malte built back in March, but he’s now paired it with a Volkswagon van, accessories, and a crew. This is an excellent use of the rarely seen Technic figures.
Stijn (Red Spacecat) posted this near-future VTOL/STOL tiltrotor aircraft on the 4th of July. Stijn’s design is very clearly a future progression of the V-22 Osprey, extended for mission profiles with far heavier cargo.
The custom sticker work is sublime, and the little touches like landing wheels are excellent. Check out lots more photos on Flickr.