Reading Time: 2 minutes A Japanese LEGO creator has been tempting Lego fans with his tantalising LEGO-food creations. Going by the name Tary, he also builds Gundam robots and Star War characters, but it’s the food that’s led some to believe that Tary’s a Master Builder. There are only 40 Lego Master Builders worldwide, and each one is hand-picked …
Reading Time: < 1 minute Remember those word puzzles we all used to play back in the day as kids? TBWA Costa Rica made three creative print advertisements for Lego, where instead of finding words, you have to find the lego pieces that together form a spaceship, crocodile and tractor. Fun and clever wrapped into one nostalgic treat! (via Fubiz).
Reading Time: 2 minutes I didn’t have an obsession with self-setting rubber Sugru but now I do. I just bought some now. Via (Swiss Miss)
Reading Time: < 1 minute I know what you’re thinking – ‘how can I continue to experience the pure childhood joy of Lego bricks, without the garish primary colours that clash with my chic ensemble?’ Well, here you go. Thanks, Mokurukku! via: Gizmodo
Reading Time: < 1 minute Absolutely loving this printer built and coded from scratch by Adam of Adamish. If you feel compelled to make one of these bad boys yourself, he’s generously provided a handy crib sheet here. Go wild!
Reading Time: < 1 minute As you can tell from the numerous LEGO-related posts that we have done, we are rather big fans. Now on to more LEGO things…how awesome are these LEGO birds by Thomas Poulsom? Help make this a real lego set here
Reading Time: < 1 minute LEGO is releasing a collectors edition of the iconic Star Wars droid R2D2. The set will allow fans recreate the R2D2 out of 2127 LEGO bricks. The robot can spin its head 360°, as well as featuring a retractable third leg, a pop-out extendable universal computer interface arm and mock circular saw blade, as seen …
Reading Time: 2 minutes I just love this minimalist campaign for LEGO created by Jung von Matt. Each image shows LEGO interpretations of fictional characters in popular culture, like The Simpsons and The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Can you guess all of them? via: bldgwlf
Reading Time: < 1 minute A quick look into how 50 of the worlds biggest companies got their names. Adobe: LEGO: ATARI: Coca-Cola: IBM: Source: buzz feed
Reading Time: < 1 minute An awesome alphabet created by Mark Anderson constructed from Space LEGO.