I hate needles. Needles and robots can both go jump into a volcano as far as I'm concerned. Preferably one that leads straight to hell. But NOT a beach, because I stepped on a needle at the beach once and -- joking, that was a jellyfish. Still hurt though. Not as bad as the time I had to pry my arm out of the jaws of a shark, but I did run into a burning house to save like eight-hundred kittens once. F***ing animal hoarders. Want to know how to make a LEGO syringe? You're in luck, because LEGO-builder Sean Michael Ragan has already done all the heavy lifting. But not leg-lifting, because he isn't territorial. Me? Already marked every wall in the new apartment.
Hit the jump for blue and radioactive versions, along with the build diagram and a link to Sean's website (with piece list) and Etsy store (where he sells kits for $20).
Lego Thing of the Day [thedailywh.at]
In the same vein as the famous photo reproductions (and classic video games), this is a little gallery of movie posters made using LEGO blocks. I posted some of my favorites after the jump, but there are 21 in total (some of which were made by Flickr user Craig Lyons)so hit th... / Continue →
It may look real, but that's actually a 65,000 piece LEGO shuttle complete with launch pad and naked alien sluts, minus the naked alien sluts. It took two guys over 1,590 hours to complete and even has flashing lights and sound effects to simulate a launch.
Part of the "Nasu ... / Continue →
This is a Dexter themed glass shard and blood red velvet cupcake made by New York City's Magnolia Bakery for a seventh season premiere event for the show. The glass is actually candy glass and the blood is just pig's blood. Oooooor simple syrup that's been dyed red. You know... / Continue →