About me: imaginesmom
I operate on ReBrick and in real life as "imaginesmom" Sometimes people actually learn my real name- Jessica. Imagine is my teen son who is also a decent builder. I learned all I know about LEGO from him. I'm into street art, spoked wheels & tiny little houses. I'm fascinated by the infiltration of LEGO daily life and culture.

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What Once Was Of his latest creation, Gabe Umland says “For some reason post-apoc has fallen out of style, but it doesn’t mean it’s not still cool”. So true! Inspired by this drawing from DeviantArt member Dumitrescu Ioan, Gabe’s diorama captures the ramshackle world of repurposed ship parts on the bed of a long dried-up ocean: But it’s Continue reading → Link
I’m a lumberjack and I’m ok... Military technology often gets repurposed in peace time, so it makes perfect sense that in the future this might happen to Mecha or Exo-suits. A concept that is brilliantly envisioned by Dave Kaleta in the Lumberjack 4000, a terrifying tree killing machine: This build is loaded with play features for all kinds of arboreal mayhem, Continue reading → Link
Seventy years since Market Garden This weekend, in the Netherlands celebrations are being held to commemorate the 70st anniversary of Operation Market Garden. This was a bold attempt by the Allies to capture bridges over a number of important rivers in the Nazi-occupied Netherlands and build a bridgehead across the river Rhine. This would bring their forces to the doorstep Continue reading → Link
6761 Bandit’s Secret Hide-Out revisited When I saw this photo by Koen (Swan Dutchman), I thought it was 6761 Bandit’s Secret Hide-Out, which was my first Lego set. I then realized that this was a remake with newer parts and more advanced building techniques. You can see more photos on Flickr to compare to the original. Link
Between the Hammer and the Anvil The stakes for SHIPtember just keep getting higher, as Stijn Oom sets the bar up another notch. His Hammerfall GunSHIP is an instant classic; a brutally utilitarian dropship in bulkhead grey, all screaming metal and monstrous engines. Like all the best SHIPwrights, Stijn sucks you in with the initial enormity inherent to every SHIP, but Continue reading → Link