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 Continue reading →
The Porsche 917′s sweeping curves and smooth shape make it particularly challenging to translate into Lego, but Malte Dorowski has managed to accomplish it quite admirably, using some clever techniques and a great deal of skill. He has even managed to work in an opening engine compartment and functioning doors, and his presentation does his Continue reading →
We’ve featured a gorgeously curved Porsche 935/78 by Malte Dorowski here before, but Malte is a talented car builder whose LEGO models extend well beyond that one iconic German automaker. That said, I have a soft spot for Porsches, so here’s another great one — the new 911 GT3 RSR. Also, lime is always awesome, Continue reading →
This Porsche 935 by Malte Dorowski has great curved striping I haven’t seen attempted before with such precision. The Porsche 935/78 had a long tail to reduce drag, and was painted white, earning it the nickname “Moby Dick.” Malte’s version includes a detailed interior and looks great alongside his 911: Thanks to Henrik Hoexbroe for Continue reading →
Flickr user bobalexander! has not only built a car with a very non-LEGO shape, but he has done so in a very tricky colour. Even with the limited parts availability of Maersk blue, the iconic shape and colouring of this classic racer are perfectly captured. We had previously featured Malte Dorowski’s 917, and it is Continue reading →
Back in December of 2012 Malte Dorowski added to his fine stable of Porsche models with this Japanese tuned RWB 964.
It’s always nice to be introducedreintroduced to a new (see comments) LEGO builder with an unusual technical style. Malte Dorowski builds, for the most part, miniland(ish)-scaled cars with beautiful rounded forms. And he does them well. It’s hard to be annoyed at link spamming on our Facebook page when it looks this good.