To round off our exploration of the rich LEGO repertoire of Letranger Absurde, here is a charming representation of Victorian dandy Algernon Moncrieff, from Oscar Wilde’s farcical play The Importance of Being Earnest. With larger character builds, it’s less common for builders to take the trouble to construct an entire scene, but this one comes Continue reading →
This week we’ve been exploring the works of versatile Romanian builder Letranger Absurde, whose love for antique objects and certain comedy horror movies appeared to collide in this LEGO version of the Necronomicon. Hail to the King, baby! From the builder: “This is both a tribute to the comedy wonder that is The Evil Dead, Continue reading →
Our next featured creation from Iron Builder veteran and history lover Letranger Absurde features lots of yummy dark brown and one particular example of nice part usage (can you spot it?). From the builder: “This was built as a request; perfect opportunity for me to build an Arthurian themed MOC since I’ve always wanted to Continue reading →
Our second find from the hoard of Letranger Absurde is this cunningly crafted microscale homage to the book that first introduced the world to the concept of the alien invasion story, H. G. Well’s The War of the Worlds. From the builder: “I’ve always been a fan of H. G. Wells’ fiction (one of the Continue reading →
Welcome to Week of Wonders, a new irregular feature in which we spotlight previously overlooked creations by a particular builder that we admire. Each day we will highlight a different build, enhanced with exclusive commentary and insights from the builder themselves. For this first WoW, we’ll be unearthing a hoard of treasures by prolific builder Continue reading →
Take a close-up look at the latest additions to the Disney BrickHeadz collection, Daisy Duck, Scrooge McDuck, Huey, Louie, and Dewey!
Mitsuru Nikaido (@mitsuru_nikaido) gives us what the internet needs, a shoebill mech.
Take a look at this mystical shrine created by The Brothers Brick’s own Benjamin Stenlund.
Just like us, stretchy from Little Robots is mesmerised by this small domino rally layout built by Ben Tritschler (@modestolus) from 101 LEGO parts
Firas Abu-Jaber (@firas_legocars) reconfigures the official classic Porsche LEGO set into a modern marvel.
Although this build is monochrome, you can still have a bit of fun playing iSpy with this LEGO visual masterpiece constructed by Simon Liu (@si_mocs)
Check out this expertly executed micro-build of one of videogame’s most iconic dystopian cities – brought to us by Fletcher Floyd