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Giant LEGO Magic Folding Cube

Giant LEGO Magic Folding Cube

After building a couple of smaller versions, LEGO fanatic slfroden shows off a jumbo version of his Yoshimoto cube inspired construction which can be endlessly unfolded and folded back on itself.

DIY Wearable LEGO Creeper Head

DIY Wearable LEGO Creeper Head

Master builder ZaziNombies shows how to make a life-size and wearable replica of Minecraft’s Creeper Head out of LEGO. It measures about 10″ on each side and is made of about 1,100 LEGO pieces, including the TNT hidden inside.

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LEGO Guggenheim Museum

LEGO Guggenheim Museum

A wonderful addition to the LEGO Architecture series, this 744-piece kit replicates the cylindrical structures of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, a true icon of New York modernist architecture. The finished model measures 7″(w) x 5″(d) x 4″(h).

LEGO Apollo Saturn V Rocket

LEGO Apollo Saturn V Rocket

Based on a proposal by LEGO Ideas members Felix Stiessen and Valérie Roche, this model kit features a 3ft-tall (1:110 scale) model of the Saturn V, the most powerful rocketship ever built. It comes with a lunar lander and three astronaut microfigs.

VR LEGO Train

VR LEGO Train

After showing off some of his amazing LEGO railways, BANANENBUURMAN captured a couple of his tracks with a 360º camera mounted directly on the railcar, so you can look around during the journey. If you happen to have a VR headset, it’s even cooler. More here.

LEGO Spirograph

LEGO Spirograph

Similar, but larger than JK Brickworks’ drawing machine, VBs LEGO Technic Creations contraption draws by moving a pen in its arms, while rotating a turntable that holds the paper. It appears to be able to draw much more intricate patterns than the smaller machine.

LEGO Braiding Machine

LEGO Braiding Machine

Nico71’s motorized LEGO creation deftly maneuvers five spools of thread, carefully twisting, turning, and juggling each one to form a braided cord. Its hypnotic moves remind us of some kind of an amusement park ride. Full build instructions can be found here.

Metal Gear LEGO

Metal Gear LEGO

“A LEGO Hind D?!” YouTuber Bearly Regal is recreating Metal Gear Solid‘s Shadow Moses Island in the sandbox game LEGO Worlds. Here’s what he has so far. It’s amazing how simply adding in the PlayStation boot sequence makes it so much better.

Blind LEGO Builds

Blind LEGO Builds

For his latest challenge, blind film critic and YouTube celeb Tommy Edison did his best to assemble a couple of small objects using LEGO bricks. He really did a pretty good job given the fact that he couldn’t see a thing, and has never seen a house or a car.

Working LEGO Piranha Plant

Working LEGO Piranha Plant

Fans of Super Mario Bros. will immediately recognize this obnoxious bit of vegetation as a Piranha Plant. Jason from JK Brickworks brought the creature to life in mechanized LEGO form, complete with a motor drive to pop the plant up and down from a pipe as it chomps its jaws.

LEGO Brickheadz

LEGO Brickheadz

BrickVault takes an up close look at all 20 of the awesome LEGO BrickHeadz figures, including the various DC, Marvel, and Disney characters in Series 1, along with some collectible ones from SDCC. The big hair Joker and Captain Jack Sparrow ones are our faves.

Nimuno Loops Tape

Nimuno Loops Tape

This awesome stuff is a removable adhesive tape that’s compatible with LEGO, Mega Blocks, KRE-O, and other building bricks, letting you attach blocks pretty much anywhere. You can bend it, cut it, and stick it to everything from your shoes, to your fridge, to other toys.

LEGO Mechanical Bat

LEGO Mechanical Bat

LEGO builder Kristal – the “K” of JK Brickworks created this amazing kinetic sculpture, designed to mimic the wing movements of a fruit bat. Its wings flap up and down, sweep forward, and expand and contract. Jason Allemann walks us through how it works.

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LEGO Team Fortress 2 Robo-Sandvich

LEGO Team Fortress 2 Robo-Sandvich

YouTuber ZaziNombies reminds us that we can make anything with LEGO. Not just a regular sandwich or a sandvich, but also a robo-sandvich. This model’s probably cheaper than the virtual item too. NOM NOM NOM.

LEGO Rainbow Machine

LEGO Rainbow Machine

LEGO builder Berthil van Beek created this wonderfully soothing contraption which sees an array of tiny sportsballs surfing across a wave made from 1,150 dancing LEGO bricks in 38 different colors. We want one for our office – in a soundproof chamber.

LEGO Dinosaur Theme Park

LEGO Dinosaur Theme Park

Beyond the Brick takes a look at James Burrows’ incredible prehistoric-themed amusement park made from over 125,000 bricks. We so wish we could shrink down to minifig size and take a ride on the CoasterSaurus II.

LEGO Trico the Last Guardian Concept

LEGO Trico the Last Guardian Concept

LEGO Ideas member MProtagonist’s proof-of-concept for a LEGO set based on the tearjerking fantasy pet simulator. Trico stands nearly 10″ tall and is almost 12″ long when assembled. Best of all, you can make him do what you want 100% of the time.

Brick Brick Gear Omega Hats

Brick Brick Gear Omega Hats

Brick Brick Gear’s snapback cap has removable front plates and brims that are compatible with LEGO and other interlocking brick toys. The caps and parts come in different colors, with more plates and brims sold separately. Available in adult and youth sizes.

The LEGO Ninjago Movie (Trailer)

The LEGO Ninjago Movie (Trailer)

Given how good The LEGO Movie was, it may be hard for all of its spin-offs to live up to the original. Still, we’re hopeful that this big-screen take on the popular ninja-themed minifigs will be as action-packed and funny as its first trailer looks. It’s certainly got an awesome voice cast.

LEGO Player Piano

LEGO Player Piano

After creating a LEGO guitar robot, TECHNICally Possible built this impressive LEGO Mindstorms EV3 robot which play the keys on a small electronic keyboard. Here, it takes over the piano part for the song On Longing with Holly Throsby performing vocal duties.

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LEGO Batman: Gotham Cribs

LEGO Batman: Gotham Cribs

“Finally, here we have my secret room. Every good-looking mysterious billionaire bachelor has one.” Bruce Wayne and Bruce Wayne…’s roommate Batman give a quick tour of their house. We want to see Arthur Curry’s house next. Or Edward Nygma’s.

Adoration of the LEGO

Adoration of the LEGO

Beyond the Brick shows off the most impressive LEGO mosaic we’ve ever seen – an enormous 15 foot-tall, 300,000 brick version of the oft reinterpreted Adoration of the Magi by artist Dirk Denoyelle. Though the wise men are all a bit more modern than the classical paintings.

2017 LEGO Architecture Cities

2017 LEGO Architecture Cities

LEGO presents three new city construction sets in its Architecture Series. Builders can now create models of iconic structures from Chicago, Illinois, Sydney, Australia, and London, England, including the Willis (Sears) Tower, the Sydney Opera House, and the London Eye ferris wheel.

Crazy LEGO Railways

Crazy LEGO Railways

YouTuber BANANENBUURMAN loves to build over-the-top dioramas and environments using a LEGO model train as his main form of transportation. He’s built a set that runs through an aquarium tunnel, a ridiculously long track, and even figured out how to do a loop de loop.

Chevy LEGO Batmobile

Chevy LEGO Batmobile

Chevrolet took wraps off its latest car – the Batmobile from the LEGO Batman Movie. They’re marketing it just like their other cars, and we bet if you did pay them $48 million, they’d figure out a way to make you one. For now, we’ll just have to settle for this. Or THIS.

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