I like to think that H.P Lovecraft wrote on a typewriter like this one by Matt Armstrong (Monsterbrick). To me, it’s the cthulhu face/octopus that makes it.
H. P. Lovecraft is, arguably, the most important author in the history of horror. The recalcitrant racist from Providence basically invented the modern horror genre back at the turn of the 20th century. Thorsten Bonsch (Xenomurphy) has created (with some help from Legopard) a highly atmospheric LEGO imagining of his study, complete with diabolical details and pretty presentation.
Another entry for Mocathalon 2013.
PS. And yes, I am planning to enter Alliterathalon 2013.
My favorite quote from H.P. Lovecraft inspired this surrealist work. The quote goes like this: “the blind cosmos grinds aimlessly on from nothing to something and from something back to nothing again, neither heeding nor knowing the wishes or existence of the minds that flicker for a second now and then in the darkness.”
You can buy this creation from Creations for Charity, and there’s only 5 days left before the store closes for this year!
Imagine Rigney says that he’s always wanted to build a LEGO Cthulhu — H.P. Lovecraft’s iconic god-monster. I think Imagine has captured Cthulhu’s tender visage especially well.
The end, that is, of October and Jamie‘s fabulous advent calendar. I want to present this week’s batch, with my top two favorites: The Broken and Take your Cthulhu to Work Day.
The other figures from this week are below:
Mr. Xenomurphy pays homage to H. P. Lovecraft with the summoning of an Old One from a grim mansion. Click through the picture for a story and more shots of the build.
Cameron (Primus) applies lessons he’s learned as one of the most talented Bionicle builders on the Web to an exceptional dark creature inspired by the writing of H.P. Lovecraft.
The BURPs don’t do much for me, but the Old One more than makes up for a lack of detail in the landscaping.
I’m glad to see an addition to Mark Stafford‘s Cthulego series, which as implied by the name is a mix of Lovecraft and LEGO. This scene depicts some agents trying to reclaim a stolen artifact and is thwarted by demons from the beyond. So Mark, what the hell are those pink fairy things?
Paul Lee steps into the Reasonably Clever Spooky Star Wars contest with this orange beast — the Cthulhu Terrain – Pumpkin Transport:
From concept through execution, Paul’s walker has “Winner” written all over it.
From Mark Stafford, a man who hardly needs an introduction. Click the image for more pictures, with descriptions, on MOCpages. Via, oh, pretty much everywhere.
Mark Stafford continues adding new creations to his ongoing mashup of the LEGO Adventurers theme and the Cthulhu mythos from H.P. Lovecraft’s science fiction. A recent update includes “Offspring of Shudde M’ell“: