THE BEST Legos

LEGO Terminator

LEGO Terminator

This T-800 was built entirely out of LEGOs, and is sure to scare the crap out of anyone who tries to stand in its way. Of course, you could always crush it in a compactor if you want to stop it.

Creation Becomes Creator T-Shirt

Creation Becomes Creator T-Shirt

Something about the primary colors and that smiley Lego head on this tee from teextile takes us back to a kinder, gentler place. Printed on slate American Apparel tees using softhand plastisol ink.

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I Lego N.Y. (Book)

I Lego N.Y. (Book)

Homesickness prompted artist Cristoph Niemann to create vignettes of his hometown, New York, using LEGO bricks. Has all the pictures originally posted on his blog, plus some new ones.

Transforming Lego Barricade

Transforming Lego Barricade

Disguised as a Saleen ‘Stang, Barricade was easily one of the hottest Transformers in the ’07 movie; uber-brick guru Gyuta (who also did Wall-E) is back with an amazing LEGO version.

Space Battleship Yamato

Space Battleship Yamato

We’re still trying to count all the turrets on this monster LEGO replica of Space Battleship Yamato; this classic anime actually bested Star Wars at the Japanese box office in 1977.

Lego Wall-E

Lego Wall-E

Anyone can build a simulacrum of Wall-E out of Legos, but Korean brick fanatic Gyuta has built a version that can transform itself into Wall-E’s cube form as well as motor around on treads.

19 Seconds to Find God

19 Seconds to Find God

Poetically titled 19 Seconds to Find God, this striking LEGO diorama by Brian Kescenovitz instantly makes us think of The Matrix with robots dismembering minifigs left and right.

LEGO Chess Set

LEGO Chess Set

LEGO has really outdone themselves with this LEGO Castle Giants Chess Set; it’s stuffed to the gills with 31 minifigs and pieces, including knights, trolls, wizards and siege towers.

Steampunk Lego Robots

Steampunk Lego Robots

V&A Steamworks’ Steampunk Lego Robots are detailed yet actually work, with motorized claws and gun mounts; also checkout their Batmobile-esque Steam Carriage.

Lego Hip Hop Covers

Lego Hip Hop Covers

Some of these covers may be older than our readers, but these Lego-ized Hip Hop Covers by Format Magazine have us wanting to crank up some Run-D.M.C., Dr. Dre and ODB.

Siege of Ung’Thol

Siege of Ung’Thol

Classic-Castle.com’s Colossal Castle Contest VI is under way; Siege of Ung’Thol is easily the front runner, with orcs, trolls and catapults having us wax nostalgic for Lord of the Rings.

Art: Plasmic Bricks

Art: Plasmic Bricks

Plasmic Bricks is a jaw-dropping collection of sculptures by Bryce McGlone, whose biomechanical creations push the limits LEGO art; his most recent piece is based on Giger’s Li II.

Hephaestus Crawler

Hephaestus Crawler

No doubt intended to augment the Moon Hater, Adrian Florea’s Hephaestus Crawler is a steampunk LEGO crawler with a cannon; it walks on eight legs like Theo Jansen’s kinetic walkers.

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Zombie Apocafest 2008

Zombie Apocafest 2008

OMF-LEGO: check out these pics from Zombie Apocafest, which took place this weekend in Seattle at BrickCon 2008; it was sponsored by The Brothers Brick, BrickArms and Valve.

Video: The Bricked Mac

Video: The Bricked Mac

With all the talk about bricked iPhones, this Mac Pro made out of Lego bricks is the real deal: it was built in 14 hours for MacMod Challenge 2008, and actually houses a working Mac Mini.

Lego Rebel Attack

Lego Rebel Attack

We’re having a hard time digesting just how awesome Tim G.’s hectic Lego Rebel Attack diorama is, from a damaged X-Wing trailing smoke to a cameo by Boba Fett; the full gallery is here.

Castle Troll Assault Wagon

Castle Troll Assault Wagon

Granted we’re grown-up and all, but we’re giddy for Lego’s Castle Troll Assault Wagon. A goofy mix of LOTR and Warhammer, it even comes with two hapless knights.

Go Miniman Go!

Go Miniman Go!

The above video celebrates the 30th anniversary of the iconic Lego Miniman; it’s even available in 3D. We didn’t know he even had a name; that being said, Go, Miniman, Go!

Glennz’ Evolution Tee

Glennz’ Evolution Tee

Threadless legend Glenn Jones has opened his own shop; it’s filled with his signature tongue-in cheek graphic tees. New in the store: Evolution (asphalt), perfect for Lego fanatics.

Legos In Space

Legos In Space

Above: snapped by a weather balloon shortly after it popped, 18.5 miles up. Tethered to it were several Lego projects built by students, profs and hobbyists. The projects parachuted back down.

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