“I got an idea! You can get a job and buy whatever you want.” – Mom.
The new set has figurines that study dinosaurs, map the stars, and perform lab experiments.
Whisky Galore!, but with bricks.
Check out exclusive, never before seen photos from LEGO’s workshop before it’s unveiled at next week’s Comic-Con.
Everything’s better when you Lego.
Slide between the original and a LEGO® style mosaic. Best viewed on desktop! Create your own using BuzzFeed’s Brickify tool.
Bonus: they come with a handy keyring hook too.
Turn your selfie into a mosaic of colorful bricks!
A wonderful sight, but wouldn’t it be uncomfortable to sit in?
Watch what happens when you pour concrete into Lego.
Don’t get upset about the glue, guys. That’s just the way it has to be.
“I wanted to show that girls can become anything they want, including a paleontologist or an astronomer.”
This original photo series is called Bricksy.
You’d think this would soil your childhood memories. Actually it’s kind of sweet.
And we can’t believe we weren’t invited.
Follow this jet-setting Lego couple for more holiday snaps on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
Experience the city from a unique point of view.
Party planning doesn’t have to be as painful as stepping on a Lego brick.
Not quite sure if this is the best thing ever or the weirdest thing ever.
Check out Lego master Alex Eylar’s amazing creations side-by-side with the movie stills that inspired them.
X-Men: Days of Future Past isn’t even in theaters yet — in fact there are just a couple really awesome trailers to appease the public at the moment — but that hasn’t stopped a super-talented fan from showing the world what the movie could be if only they had cast LEGO instead of those pesky humans.
One creative woman is making everyone else look terrible in her quest to get the perfect job.
Malaysia-based Lego fan Adly Syairi Ramly created these delightful images using an iPhone 5.
And it will get your inner nerd very excited indeed.
Including the Red Wedding…
Including Lego Lenny Henry!
Romanian tech prodigy Raul Oaida, 20, used more than 500,000 standard Lego pieces to construct the vehicle.
This weekend’s box office champion, with a $69.1 million debut, embodies a spirit of go-for-broke, did-not-see-that-coming excitement that animated movies have been missing.