Don’t get upset about the glue, guys. That’s just the way it has to be.
The Lego Lisa (sorry).
Plus 22 totally unethical (but effective!) lifehacks, 49 hoaxes people actually believed, and a pretty terrifying life-size Marge Simpson.
Plus the best made-entirely-of-garbage-and-towels cosplay ever, tiger triplets on a CUBCAM (!!!), and the top 12 gifts NOT to buy new parents.
Plus “The Soup” decodes “True Detective,” the LEGO version of Ellen’s selfie, and sex tips from Martha Stewart.
Chris Pratt, Elizabeth Banks, and Will Arnett deliver 2 1/2 minutes of pure joy.
Finnish photographer Vesa Lehtimaki is the Jedi of photography.
Lego Albums has recreated all of your favorite albums, block by block.
They’re surprisingly sophisticated.
Jeff Friesen used Legos to create scenes representing each state. What do you think of yours?
You won’t find these instruments at your local music store.
Because shipping containers are like Legos for adults.
Your favorite childhood toy can be used to make accessories that are unexpectedly lovely.
Who knows what fun you’ll cook up with this deluxe set, chock full of realistic details, and three exclusive minifigs!
Plus 10 SyFy Channel movies that are just as ridiculous as Sharknado, a very astute observation about Adam Sandler characters, and what happens when you try to kiss a lion.
Ingenious. (via dangerousminds.net)
Spoiler alert. (via reddit.com)
Here, let me give you all my money.
Also, Morgan Freeman is a wizard. This has been a Public Service Announcement.
Anyone who has ever stepped on a stray LEGO already knows that hell feels like.
Not every LEGO creation needs to follow the manual. Sometimes not doing things by the book can lead to some pretty incredible builds.
Boldly going where no bricks have gone before.
And all it takes is an above-average familiarity with engineering, electronics, and Legos. The marvels of science!
This happened fast! 1:350 scale.
This incredible life-sized Hylian Shield from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess debuts at Brickcon 2012 this weekend. The creators, Alise and Remi (AKA building team Bolt of Blue), are obviously awesomely nerdy Lego geniuses.
This gigantic map of Japan was built by 5,000 people in 6 different regions using 1.8 million LEGO blocks. It was built to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the iconic building blocks being introduced into Japan.
The first panoramic picture from Curiosity’s spot on Mars, an exciting new short film about the landing, Curiosity rebuilt in Legos by one of its real engineers, and Bobak the Mohawk guy hangs out at NPR… Science!
This fully-functioning candy dispenser was made out of legos by a “twelve or thirteen” year-old-kid who explains the mechanisms in this video. You can make one yourself by following his instructions.
You’ll never look at Tinkerbell and a light switch the same way again, you guys!