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LEGO Elves 41071 Aira’s Creative Workshop [Review] The LEGO Elves sets are out in the wild! I spotted some this evening at Toys R Us, and picked up a few. Happy birthday to me. The first set up for review is 41701 Aira’s Creative Workshop. This set is $9.99 and has 98 pieces. It will be available on the LEGO Shop online Continue reading → Link
Living in the past Swedish builder LegoJalex‘s ongoing exploration of the mundane trappings of the 70s and 80’s continue to fascinate me. They are almost like brick-built, still-life photo studies of life before we worried about such things as “ergonomics” and “NSFW”. If seeing a computer on every desk seems anachronistic for a 70’s office, remember these wouldn’t have Continue reading → Link
Dume and Nivawk As a kid I was a big fan of Bionicle, and this creation of Turaga Dume and Nivawk by Mitch (Gamma-Raay) evoked memories of the actual set that was released over 10 years ago. The silver markings in this model are really well integrated and add a lot of character to the beast. Link
Art’s not dead Many of my own builds are inspired by pieces of concept art, and one of my favorite artists has been Alexander Iglesias. I’m not alone in this regard; his art has inspired many a mecha builder over the years. Most recently is Rancorbait, tackling one of my personal favorites, “Rotary cannons for some“. Simmon Kim Continue reading → Link
Up and downy stuff in a big blue box The only way a show like Doctor Who can achieve the longevity it has, is through change: the Doctor changes, his companions change, and even his temperamental TARDIS changes. And that is reflected perfectly in the many Who-themed LEGO creations of Thorsten Bonsch (Xenomurphy). Thorsten’s project to commemorate the show’s 50th anniversary using LEGO was Continue reading → Link