Some of the creations I have made with Lego bricks.
Taken from The Guardian’s 2011 in Lego. You’ll notice the protestors are all aliens.
Looking at the Lego Magician Minifig I opened, I had a great idea for a MOC. Enoemos teab em ot ti.
After spending an inordinate amount on a complete set of Series 1 Lego Minifigures, I discovered a way to distinguish the individual bags based off the UPC code on the back. I was all set to open and scan in every UPC and post them here, then I realized someone had already done it. So […]
LEGO Mars Mission? I have a bone to pick with you. While I continue to enjoy your toys recommended for people 1/3 my age, I must take issue with the theme of your Mars Mission sets. From the packaging, the Mars Mission story is: humans take armored assault vehicles to an arid, sandy world to […]
Okay, so maybe the something-ize me fad has already come and gone, but Chris Doyle (who wants to make absolutely sure you remember Reasonably Clever is a site created by him, Chris Doyle*), created the Lego Mini-Mizer, where you can create yourself out of a Lego minifig. Choosing from a wide variety of Lego pieces […]
I’m a fan of people who can do creative things with Lego bricks, so this caught my attention: It’s Han Solo frozen in carbonite, in Lego form – in case you didn’t catch the title. This piece is what caught my eye, but he’s made mosaic images and plenty of other amazing Lego creations you’ll […]
As part of the unveiling of the new set The Brick Moulding Machine (40502) for Lego House, employees were given small brick-built badges. From reference images, I have reverse engineered a badge you can make yourself! (Magnetic back not included.)
Spaceship Scavenger Hunt Flying through an open window, Benny’s spaceship crashed on a strange new garden planet! Can he find the six parts of his ship and make it to the Beta-1 Command Base to meet his friends for blast-off?? Backyard Benny is my entry for the Unity x LEGO microgame contest. It uses prefab […]
Owing to the 2021 BricksLA convention being virtual, the con kit was scaled down to another LA icon: the gourmet food truck. This 47-piece set was limited to 200 polybags, with ’90s-era Lego City graphics by Alex Saar.