Nothing says “escape from reality” quite like Mystery Science Theater 3000. The Brothers Brick contributor Chris Doyle (@Whatevscj) teamed up with his wife Jennifer (@thepoisontart) to pay tribute to the maddest of the Mads – evil mastermind Kinga Forrester in LEGO Art Mosaic style.
Joffre Zheng (@joffre_bricks) fleshes out some desktop favorites out LEGO bricks and pieces.
Simon Liu (@si_mocs) gives us a delightful twist on a Star Wars classic, just in time to deliver holiday cheer.
Nathan Hake (@hake__makes) dazzles us with the Bug Knight. In his presence, we are like moths to a flame.
First Order Lego (@firstorderlego) is killing it with the Star Wars creations, and Mando is killing the spiders
Git ‘er dun with Johnathan Elliot’s tractor as it harvests food across the farm.
KitKat1414 leaves us with lots of questions but it’s probably well-advised not to ask.
Dive into an immersive cyberpunk scene by CRCT Productions (@andrew_crctprod), but watch out for the speeders and dangerous folk with guns!
In this week’s Brick Report we see the reveal of the LEGO Modular building, review the Colosseum and Harry Potter mosaic sets, cash in on some Black Friday deals, check out a list of new sets coming in 2021 and more! Read on to get all the latest news,
Head for the hills, they said! No, head for the high ground! The guys in this crazy LEGO diorama by Andrea Lattanzio (@nortonsevenfour) did both!
Check out Black Friday specials from speciality custom LEGO stores Brickmania and Citizen Brick (while stocks last!)
LEGO builder Matt Goldberg (@ballomnomnom) is no stranger to creative part usage. Scalesquire B. A. Konstrictor, here, is a good example of that. A Legends of Chima flywheel fairings for a face is just one of the details that caught our eye.