Well really, there’s just as much life within this LEGO pond, built by Jannis Mavrostomos, as there is “on” it. The composition is lovely, and an interesting perspective that you don’t often see – including both above and below the waterline in an elegant way. I love the seamless transition and how it all blends together, and of course, the animals are fantastic. Both the mallard and the pike are easily recognizable, but I think I’m most impressed by the use of the cylindrical hinge element with heart tiles and hands to create the smaller fish.
Messing with scale can be extremely satisfying with LEGO. Build Jannis Mavrostomos works some magic once again with this brick-built robin fitted for passengers. The theme of Rescue Rangers and scenes of The Rescuers blend with Thumbelina and The Borrowers for this whimsical build. Climb the precarious stairs and saddle up for a closer look at the clever little details.
I love it when an entire LEGO theme gets reduced to a float, an attraction, or, in this case, a funfair attraction. Bricksized used the western part of the Toy Story theme for a funfair shooting range. Which is an excellent theme for a shooting range. Even though this creation only uses the Woody hat from the Toy Story theme, this part is so iconic that the entire creation reeds Toy Story. A lot of quarter round tiles and half round tiles have been used to make 2D shooting targets like hills, cacti and clouds. Have you also spotted the Mid-Length hair with Part over Right Shoulder got used as cotton candy, which to me screams pure win!