Adeel Zubair (@adeel_zubair) has managed to make the largest Ninjago set into the smallest in this adorable microscale model of the newest Ninjago City modular.
Jonathan Lopes (@jonathanlopesofficial) creates a LEGO replica of San Francisco’s Castro Theater, an architectural treasure of the city’s historic LGBTQ+ district. Located just off Market Street, you can’t miss its Spanish-Baroque facade and neon marquee, in real-life and as rendered here in Jonathan’s show-stopping model.
Roughly one in three cars sold in Japan are so-called Kei cars; tiny cars exempt from the rule that you need to have a parking space to register your car. TBB’s own Ralph Savelsberg shows that their cheapness doesn’t necessarily mean they don’t have style.
There’s a way to stack 4 Gift with purchase promotions for the US and CAN LEGO store, jump right in to look at the sets. We run through the current GWP promotions for US, CAN and UK.
Our very own Mansur “Waffles” Soeleman (@lamborghiniwafflesauce) shows off his mini modular street, and describes his build process for each individual building packed to the brim with complex building techniques.
Are you a tiny home kinda person? If so check out Patrick B.’s ( @balboa._ ) sweet microscale winter cottage.
Inspiration and creation of LEGO Ideas Medieval Blacksmith with tiny and hidden details from LEGO designers Wes Talbott and Austin Carlson
Eero Okkonen (@eerookkonen) strikes again with another recognizable Discworld character in LEGO form, the Senior Wrangler, Horace.
We get the first official look at the LEGO Ideas 21325 Medieval Blacksmith.
Sebastian Arts shares with us a LEGO build with an unlikely friendship at its core – that of a cat and dog.
Ted Andes on flickr shows us a familiar face with this LEGO model.
Flickr builder Hubba Blöoba invites to visit Middle Earth in this nifty little vignette. Minifigure torsos inspired this build, appearing as windows and…clouds? Sure, why not? Careful, though. This sort of creative part usage can be hobbit forming.