Tyler (legohaulic) brings us a fantastic WWII fantasy creation. Turret Man punches you in the face with awesome! I’m a huge fan of this style of alternate history/science. I even managed to sit through Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, for the vehicle design, Tyler does a great job of capturing that 40s vision Continue reading →
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Bart De Dobbelaer‘s latest addition to his picture story of the Hive shows a massive lair. The lights and fog on top of the intricately designed structures make this one of the most atmospheric Lego photos I’ve seen.
After a brief hiatus the Boilerplate & Beyond interview series returns with another baker’s dozen of builders from around the planet. This time around we’re starting in Brazil with Gilcélio Chagas who brings a much needed breath of fresh air to the hobby with his diverse mix of building skill, sense of adventure, Latin good Continue reading →
Unveiled today at Brick Fiesta in Houston, Texas, LEGO has just announced the latest addition to the Ultimate Collectors Series, LEGO Star Wars 10227 B-wing Starfighter. At $250 and nearly 1,500 pieces, it’s a substantial addition to the UCS line. See all the photos in the photoset on Flickr. Here’s the official announcement: 10227 B-wing Continue reading →
Mike Doyle (!snap!) has just posted a rather amazing piece of art. The depressing and horrifying subject matter of this piece is almost intensified by the choice of medium…LEGO is after all associated with innocence and happiness. I will let the viewer interpret and reflect on its meaning on their own. Thanks to Jack for Continue reading →
Flickr user lisqr has built this wonderful microscale model of one of the most impressive architectural feats in mankind’s history, the Great Wall of China. While the real Great Wall was several thousand miles long, lisqr employs a nifty series of connected vignettes to capture the wall’s serpentine path.
This little gem by Nathan Proudlove (Proudlove) seemed especially appropriate to post today. It’s also pretty impressive, considering it’s only 4 studs wide. Great job building the iconic stripe at that scale.
There’s been a lot of speculation about the first LEGO CUUSOO set, so the official announcement is a welcome relief. The set is due out this summer. The set splits into four sections. See all the photos in my photoset on Flickr. Here’s the official press release: LEGO® Minecraft™ Micro World details unveiled, available for Continue reading →
I put off blogging this lovely floating rock/steampunk city by Kevin Fedde (Crimson Wolf) because Nannan had just just blogged his Field of Dreams. It’s like a lovely steampunk version of 10193 Medieval Market Village: Since then, Kevin has also posted a very cool dune buggy from Red Faction: Guerilla. The red backdrop adds a Continue reading →
This surrealist vignette by Kevin Fedde (Crimson Wolf) captures the wonders and horrors of a dreamscape. The images presented in the creation are described in an accompanying poem about a troubled individual lost in a seemingly innocent but dangerous world of his dreams.
Adrian Florea applies various interesting techniques to his first-ever LEGO pirate creation. The roof consists of slopes on their sides, a rounded walkway curves around the tower, and the dark green doors from the minecarts in 7036 Dwarves’ Mine make lovely awnings over the windows: For a first-time creation in this theme, there’s a lot Continue reading →
We recently highlighted HKLUG’s LEGO Sport City display, with huge models of the venues we’ll be seeing in the Beijing Olympics next month. Thanks to LEGO Ambassador and HKLUG member Tsang Yiu Keung (better known as Chiukeung), we have lots more information on the models, including behind-the-scenes photos. Chiukeung gives a sense of just how Continue reading →
Today marks the third anniversary of The Brothers Brick! I believe that 2007-2008 was the year that The Brothers Brick truly became more than just another LEGO blog. All of you out there make this a community, with LEGO Ambassadors representing the tens of thousands of you who visit the site. The LEGO fan community Continue reading →
The Toys R Us exclusive LEGO Indiana Jones set 7628 Peril in Peru is now available from the LEGO Shop online. One of my candidates for “favorite LEGO set of all time,” 7036 Dwarves’ Mine is once again available: Of course, this latest update to the LEGO Shop online also includes a whole bunch of Continue reading →
Andrew “Doctor Sinister” Summersgill has posted a photo review of 7048 Troll Warship on Flickr and Eurobricks. 7048 Troll Warship is one of the forthcoming 2008 Castle sets, which are starting to show up here and there. As always, here’s a separate shot of the minifigs: It looks like the new goblin helmets we saw Continue reading →