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This is the house that Alan built This week Hong Kong hosted its gigantic annual fan convention Ani-Com, an event that makes San Diego Comic Con look like a book club meeting at a Starbucks. Local builder Alan Cheung was a finalist in the show’s LEGO building contest, with this delightful and very stylish “Dream House”: This thing is packed to overflowing Continue reading → Link
Dance ’til you drop Fresh from his win in our Bricknado contest and rapidly becoming on of my favorite brick sculptors, simplybrickingit has put together this wonderfully engaging and kinetic pair of Jive dancers. Such is the interaction between these two figures that – according to the builder – they cannot stand up alone, but counterbalance one another when Continue reading → Link
BrickNerd returns to our screens with Episode 301 TBB friend Tommy Williamson, aka the BrickNerd, has just posted a new episode of his YouTube show about all things LEGO. And we’re really excited to see him back after such a long break! In this episode Tommy reveals his new studio, digs into a dino-themed BrickLoot box (with a special surprise), checks out Chroble’s Continue reading → Link
Spacefair Fleet Week & Rancorbait Galactic Celebration It’s Seafair Fleet Week here in Seattle, and the annual “Parade of Ships” went past my downtown office window this afternoon. Inspired by all those big boats on Elliott Bay, I went looking for a nice set of cool LEGO ships, and quickly found these beauties by Rancorbait. First up, the “Nova” Medium Assault Cruiser Continue reading → Link
SpaceX Falcon 9 Landing in LEGO Space is dangerous. Getting there maybe even more so, what with riding a controlled explosion to overcome gravity and all. In the United States, the majority of the space flight innovations came from NASA with a significant amount of help early on from the Air Force and German aerospace engineer Wernher von Braun. Max Schellenberg Continue reading → Link