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Avid LEGO enthusiast looking for a job that pays enough to cover the cost of LEGOs and other living expenses.

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Presenting BRICKNADO² : The hell we can! It’s summer time, and that means there’s another goddam Sharknado movie round the corner. Last year’s BRICKNADO contest was heralded as our “dumbest idea ever” so we just had to do it again, this time to celebrate the impending release of Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No. Hec, we couldn’t even get our sequel numbers to Continue reading → Link
Shooty Spider Mech This deliciously detailed minimech by Flavio is a feast for the eyes. The greebling is practical and the shape is a novel take that reverses the proportions of the ubiquitous tachikoma. Link
Apartment life César Soares built a series of vignettes depicting various rooms of a stylish apartment. The presentation of the vignettes by stacksing the rooms creates an illusion of the tight quarters of an actual apartment. Link
Microscale Jurassic Park Maybe a T. rex chasing after you won’t be as scary if it’s only 2 inches tall. That’s what’s going on in Sami Mustonen‘s mini Jurassic Park. The rendering of the models look so real you probably didn’t think it was all digital Lego. Link
Have a smurfy day! Despite more comebacks and fewer female characters than the Star Wars franchise, the Smurfs are still wildly popular today, almost 60 years after their first appearance as a Belgian comic strip. With two new Smurf movies behind us and another one in the works, it was only a matter of time before fans got tired Continue reading → Link