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LEGO Pizza Factory

LEGO Pizza Factory

LEGO builder The Brick Wall has created machines that can make tasty tapas, veggie cars, and even cook breakfast. His latest creation can assemble a pizza, from smoothly applying tomato sauce, to sprinkling cheese and toppings evenly across its surface. Now he just needs to make a LEGO brick oven to cook it in.

LEGO Minifigure Note Cards

LEGO Minifigure Note Cards
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Brighten someone’s day with a personal note written on one of these official LEGO note cards from Chronicle Books. Each one features a cheerful, heartwarming, or hilarious scene played out by LEGO minifigs. The boxed set includes 20 cards and envelopes, including special-occasion cards for birthdays and holidays.

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LEGO Manhattan

LEGO Manhattan

14-year-old LEGO builder Alex Bailey created this 6-foot-long model of New York City’s skyline. The freestyle brick builder was inspired to build the miniature Manhattan after a surprise helicopter tour he took of the city for Christmas 2019. His proud mom posted video and photos of this amazing LEGO creation. Great job, Alex!

LEGO 1989 Batman Batwing

LEGO 1989 Batman Batwing
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LEGO is showing off an awesome set based on the flying Batwing from Tim Burton’s 1989 Batman. The 2,363-piece advanced set measures 22″ wide and 20″ long once complete, and includes minifigs of Batman, The Joker, and the Boombox Goon. Now you just need a moon lamp to hang it in front of. Drops 11.1.2020.

LEGO The Child

LEGO The Child
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Fans of The Mandalorian can soon get their hands on this adorable LEGO version of The Child aka Baby Yoda. The 1073-piece kit builds a 7.8″ tall version of the littlest could-be Jedi, and features a posable head, movable ears, and an adjustable mouth. Drops 10.30.2020. Pre-orders start at 1pm PST on 9.21.2020 on LEGO.com.

LEGO in Real Life 5

LEGO in Real Life 5

BrickBros Productions is back with another episode of their stop-motion LEGO in Real Life series. This time, a man heads into the office only to find that everything around him is gradually turning into bricks. Was it all a dream, or is he stuck in the LEGO Matrix? The T.Rex game was a nice touch.

LEGO Brick Erasers

LEGO Brick Erasers
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When you build with LEGO, it’s easy to correct your mistakes just by unsnapping and snapping some bricks. Now, LEGO can help you correct your written mistakes, assuming you use a pencil. These novelty erasers look just like 4×2 LEGO blocks. They’re sold eight to a pack, in four light and airy colors.

The Painted City

The Painted City

Inspired by this image, LEGO builders Grant DavisEli Willsea, and Micah Biedeman collaborated on this impressive diorama, which features an pyramid of buildings at its back, flanked by structures on either side. When viewed from the proper angle, a minifig can be seen sitting on a girder, drinking in the majesty of his world.

LEGO Mos Eisley Cantina

LEGO Mos Eisley Cantina
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Take your minifigs to a wretched hive of scum and villainy with this official Mos Eisley Cantina set from the LEGO Star Wars collection. The 3187-piece set opens up to reveal the interior of the infamous bar where Han shot first, and includes a whopping 21 figures, a V-35 landspeeder, a new Dewback, and more. Drops 10.1.2020.

LEGO x adidas A-ZX 8000

LEGO x adidas A-ZX 8000

adidas Originals is teaming up with LEGO to create a colorful new sneaker as part of its A-ZX collection. The shoes feature a mix of primary colors against a white background, along with a LEGO brick lace dubrae, and textured plastics that resemble LEGO studs. Coming 9.25.2020 for $130.

15 fps to 60 fps Stop-motion

15 fps to 60 fps Stop-motion

Stop-motion animator LEGOEddy ran one of his 15 fps animations through a tool called DAIN, which converted his original video to a buttery-smooth 60 fps. The software not only interpolates frames but is able to properly handle depth-of-field and occlusion (objects hidden behind others.) Learn more on Two Minute Papers.

LEGO Godzilla

LEGO Godzilla

This fan-built LEGO Godzilla is truly impressive. It took Frenchy Bricks Junky about 4 months to put together this 4,000-piece monster, with its awesome scaly texture. You can purchase the building plans from Rebrickable for about $20 – bricks not included, naturally.

LEGO Water Vortex

LEGO Water Vortex

It doesn’t take too much to create a vortex in a bucket of water, but it’s still fun to see how just a couple of Technic motors and a few gears can be cobbled together can produce this popular physics demo. Those minifigs got to go for quite the ride when Brick Experiment Channel cranked things up to 11.

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Brick-built Dragon Boat

Brick-built Dragon Boat

LEGO My LEGOs uses stop-motion to show off the assembly of a really cool Chinese dragon boat model, complete with mechanical oars. This impressive looking model isn’t actually a LEGO kit, but comes from a company called Xingbao. The 3325-piece kit is a veritable bargain at just $68 from Brick Me up Scottie.

LEGO Rotary Engine

LEGO Rotary Engine

Old school Mazda fans will immediately recognize the Dorito-shaped rotor in the image here. For everyone else, what you’re looking at is an approximation of a Wankel rotary engine, built by LEGO machine maker Akiyuki. For a lesson on how the real engine worked, Car Throttle has a nice simple explanation.

LEGO Ideas Battle Brick Game

LEGO Ideas Battle Brick Game

You can pick up the classic board game Battleship for under $30, or you could build your own from LEGO bricks. Designed by engineer Aaron Glafenhein, the Battle Brick Game set is made using 2,980 pieces, and includes two folding game boards with built in storage compartments. Show your support for the concept on LEGO Ideas.

LEGO Microtonal Guitar

LEGO Microtonal Guitar

Musician Tolgahan Çoğulu shows off a unique instrument he put together after his son Atlas gave him the idea. The acoustic guitar uses LEGO studs all along its neck, allowing for microtonal positions throughout the fretboard. The trick was to build a custom 3D printed baseplate for the LEGO bricks to click onto.

The Brick Road Factory

The Brick Road Factory

LEGO Technics expert The Brick Wall is back with another impressive build. This time he arranged a series of multiple machines, which work in sequence to pave a brick road for other LEGO vehicles to drive on. It even lays a gravel foundation and smooths it before neatly placing the bricks.

LEGO Ideas Bowling Alley

LEGO Ideas Bowling Alley

Designed by LEGOParadise, this miniature bowling alley not only looks great, but it functions. Its mechanism separates bowling balls from pins, and has a crank-driven pinsetting machine, along with a working ball return. Show your support for the project on LEGO Ideas, and it could become an official set.

LEGO Ideas Grand Piano

LEGO Ideas Grand Piano

An amazing new addition to the LEGO Ideas line-up, this fan-submitted piano design has 3662 pieces, and is actually playable. Its 25 keys move, its dampers work, and its bench height is adjustable. Plus, it works with a companion mobile app to play different songs as its keys move up and down. Available 8.1.2020.

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Ford Bronco LEGO MOCs

Ford Bronco LEGO MOCs

Given the brand partnership between Ford and LEGO, there’s a good chance we’ll see an official LEGO version of the new 2021 Ford Bronco at some point, but for now, let’s appreciate these fan-made designs by Ford engineer and brick builder Peter Blackert, who made models of both the 2-door and 4-door versions of the SUV.

LEGO Millennium Falcon Builds Itself

LEGO Millennium Falcon Builds Itself

If you’ve got enough money in the bank, you can always buy and build the LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collectors Series Millennium Falcon for yourself. Or you could just watch LEGO My LEGOs do it for you in this fun stop-motion video that makes it look like the 7,541-piece model assembled itself using The Force… or possibly midi-chlorians.

LEGO Edible Car Factory

LEGO Edible Car Factory

After building a LEGO Technic-powered machine that cranks out yummy tapas, The Brick Wall an even more whimsical assembly line. This machine not only produces toy cars, but makes them out of carrots and cucumbers so you can eat them after you play with your food.

LEGO Nintendo Entertainment System

LEGO Nintendo Entertainment System

The coolest item to come out of the partnership between LEGO and Nintendo (so far) is this brick-built replica of the classic NES game console. The 2646-piece set comes with a retro TV set that displays a level from Super Mario Bros., which actually scrolls when you turn its crank. Drops 8.1.20 on LEGO.com.

LEGO Star Wars Helmets

LEGO Star Wars Helmets
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Celebrate your love for LEGO and Star Wars with these challenging models based the iconic Stormtrooper and Boba Fett helmets. Each 3-dimensional bust does a great job replicating the look of the original design, with more than 625 pieces, and measuring about 8.5″ tall when complete.

Endless LEGO Marble Machine

Endless LEGO Marble Machine

Jason Allemann of JK Brickworks is an expert at building machines using LEGO bricks. In this clip, he shows off a nifty marble machine he created that uses sloped ramps and a motorized elevator to keep the little LEGO basketballs rolling in perpetuity.

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