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LEGO Hogwarts

LEGO Hogwarts

Alice Finch built this jaw-dropping LEGO replica of the Hogwarts academy from the Harry Potter series. She used about 400,000 bricks and spent a total of 1 year building it. More on The Brothers Brick.

LEGO Armageddon’s Blade

LEGO Armageddon’s Blade

LEGO fanatics Siercon and Coral built this awesome 6-foot-long LEGO sword for the Iron Builder 3.0 Tournament, without glue, using Technic bricks and pins to hold it together. Please put this on Cuusoo!

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LEGO Red Five X-Wing Starfighter

LEGO Red Five X-Wing Starfighter

An awesomely detailed 1559 piece LEGO kit based on Luke Skywalker’s X-Wing Fighter. The 20″ long model has wings which open and close smoothly, a see-through cockpit, and a tiny R2-D2 minifig.

Build-on Brick Mug

Build-on Brick Mug

This sturdy plastic mug is the perfect place to stack your LEGO, KRE-O, K’Nex, and other building blocks while you sip your joe. It’s even got holes on the bottom. Not dishwasher or microwave safe though.

LEGO City: Undercover (Trailer)

LEGO City: Undercover (Trailer)

Police officer Chase McCain will don disguises, solve puzzles and ride all sorts of vehicles to catch the silly criminals of LEGO City. It’s probably the closest the Wii U will get to a GTA game for now.

LEGO Ball Clock

LEGO Ball Clock

Made entirely of LEGO pieces, Jason Allemann’s clock has three levels – one each to indicate seconds, minutes and hours – that are populated by balls instead of displaying numbers to tell the time.

LEGO A-Team Van

LEGO A-Team Van

Flickr member vmln8r made this sweet remote-controlled replica of the A-Team van using LEGO pieces, including LEGO Powerfunctions pieces. You can download the instruction file here.

LEGO Air Crane Helicopter

LEGO Air Crane Helicopter

It may not be made of as many bricks as his other famous creations, but Ryan “BrickMan” McNaught’s 100,000 brick, 13-foot-long replica of the Erickson S-64 “Elvis” air crane is still a sight to behold.

LEGO Axle Sorter

LEGO Axle Sorter

While we’re not sure how often you actually need to sort LEGO axle pieces, we’re still blown away by this mesmerizing mechanical marvel, built by LEGO-maniac Akiyuki, using just a single drive motor.

LEGO x Battle of Helm’s Deep

LEGO x Battle of Helm’s Deep

Brotherhood Workshop’s entry to the Machinima Interactive Film Festival is an alternate take on the Battle of Helm’s Deep from The Lord of the Rings, casting LEGOlas as a well-meaning but dumb elf.

LEGO Table Lamps

LEGO Table Lamps

LEGO Certified Professional Sean Kenney has created a unique series of sculptural modern lamps built out of LEGO bricks – mimicking the shape of lathed wood. Available in 5 styles and 10 colors.

LEGO Pop-up Building

LEGO Pop-up Building

We’d be impressed by this built-from-scratch architectural model of the Tōdai-ji Buddhist temple even if it didn’t fold up into itself like a pop-up book. Check out builder Talapz’s other structure here.

A Hobbit Halloween

A Hobbit Halloween

The world of the Lord of the Rings is teeming with monsters and ghouls, which Merry and Pippin take advantage of to play a Halloween prank on Frodo and Sam. A funny short by Brotherhood Workshop.

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Red Bull Stratos: 1:350 Scale

Red Bull Stratos: 1:350 Scale

In case you missed today’s momentous jump, sit back and enjoy this low-budget scale replication of Felix Baumgartner’s epic flight – courtesy of some LEGO minifigs and Vienna’s ModelMaker Fair.

Mega LEGO Batcave

Mega LEGO Batcave

LEGO and Batman fanatics Carlyle Livingston II and Wayne Hussey spent more than 800 hours over the course of six months to build this enormous, custom-lit LEGO batcave from over 20,000 bricks.

LEGO Mini Stig

LEGO Mini Stig

Some say that he is biologically related to all the “blue” people who appeared in Avatar… All we know is that The Stig finally has his own LEGO minifig – UK shipping addresses only though :sadface.

LEGO Houdini

LEGO Houdini

17-year-old LEGO-maniac Dylan Woodley (aka Insomniac’s) stop-motion video for Foster the People’s Houdini makes us wish all music videos were made with LEGO blocks and minifigs.

LEGO 3D Milling Machine

LEGO 3D Milling Machine

While you could go out and buy yourself a fancy 3D printer, why not build one yourself? Builder Arthur Sacek did just that, with a 3D milling machine made entirely from LEGO (except the drill bit.)

LEGO Great Ball Contraption

LEGO Great Ball Contraption

LEGO fanatic Akiyuki has spent years working on complex mechanical LEGO builds, and his latest is a real doozie. The 100-foot-long machine serves no purpose but to shuttle around 500 tiny balls.

LEGO Go-Kart

LEGO Go-Kart

Eric Steenstra built this impressive full-size go-kart entirely from LEGO Mindstorms components. He’s still working out the steering mechanism, but it can already carry an 88-pound kid with ease.

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LEGO Iron Man

LEGO Iron Man

14-year-old LEGO maniac Evan Bacon is well on his way to being a pro LEGO artist with his second life-size superhero sculpture. His 6-foot-tall Iron Man even has light-up eyes, hand, and arc reactor.

LEGO Batman/Joker

LEGO Batman/Joker

By using a grid of thousands of special lenticular LEGO bricks, Arthur Gugick created this awesome mural that shows Batman when viewed from one angle, and The Joker as you pass by.

The LEGO Story

The LEGO Story

As the company celebrates its 80th birthday, LEGO takes a look back at its story so far with this animated short film. You can skip to about 10:00 in the video for the origin of the iconic bricks.

Motorized LEGO Tumbler & Bat

Motorized LEGO Tumbler & Bat

LEGO enthusiast Peer Kreuger made motorized scale models of the Tumbler and the Bat from The Dark Knight Rises. You can vote to make them official LEGO toys here and here. More pics here.

Mini Batman Vehicles

Mini Batman Vehicles

LEGO fanatic _Tiler took the Tumblers and Bat from The Dark Knight Rises and managed to convey their forms perfectly in these tiny little creations made from just a handful of bricks each.

LEGO The Wire

LEGO The Wire

(NSFW: Language) Apologies to David Simon and Ed Burns, but Yahoo! Sketchy’s LEGO parody of the cult classic TV show The Wire is legit. Also, there’s an Omar Little minifig? Shieeeeeeeee-

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