@legokeithreed is not only a LEGO collector but also an art collector
Do you love mechs and cats? If so check out Aido Kessler’s (@aidokay) awesome LEGO mech build.
Let’s put the pedal to the metal with Calin’s latest creation
When it comes to mixed-media LEGO creations, we can all take a page from Takamichi Irie (@legomichiiiiii). This papercraft frog has some strong plastic-based bones.
Life in space sounds fun, but you still have to punch the clock. Tino Poutiainen (@tino_poutiainen) shows us a slice of orbital life in “Starboard drydock”
Revan New (@therevan_new) has created a dark, but a surprisingly detailed scene, a glimpse of a future where robots offer us a chance for the ultimate upgrade.
Turn up the nostalgia with this memorable scene from Disney’s The Sword in the Stone, recreated in LEGO by Rickard Stensby (@stensbylego).
What secrets lie in the ocean depths? Perhaps you’ll find a black nautilus like this LEGO version, built by Moko (@legodoumoko).
There’s creative part usage, then there’s what Mitch Phillips (@@gamma_raay) accomplished with Frequency Clipper. That’s a Bionicle Borahk CD-ROM at the front. Talk about taking your tunes wherever you go…
“Oh, and keep an eye on the staircases. They like to change…” Check out this awesome LEGO Harry Potter creation built by Eric Law (@ericklaw).
In this week’s Brick Report we got a first look at many of the new 2021 LEGO sets just revealed, reviewed LOTS of BrickHeadz, and more! Read on for all the details!
Who besides me wants to live in this Coral Castle by Jake Hansen?(@mountainhobbit)