This is a worthwhile gallery of sci-fi movie scenes recreated with minimal LEGO pieces as part of the "Mi-Fi" contest run by The Living Brick. As you can see, everybody did a really amazing job. Me? I do a f***ing terrible job, which is why I've been fired eight times in the past six months. If I don't get my act together soon I'm gonna have to move cities just to find a place I haven't already worked. "You tried Taco Bell?" I quit when they asked me to clean the bathroom.
Hit the jump for a bunch more, check the file name if you're not sure what movie/show it's from. Entire 40-diorama Flickr gallery HERE.
Thanks to Glen G. (GG!) and Travis, who planned on competing in the contest but ate all their LEGO pieces instead. Cool, so I wasn't the only one.
I know it's hard to tell from the picture, but the full model is actually over 7-feet long (for comparison, my penis is only two-and-a-half). That's a big ship. The 135-pound replica was built by LEGOmaniac Adrian Drake over 475-hours spanning 21-months and using nearly 70,00... / Continue →
Lights -- camera -- plastic!
This is series of photographs by 21-year old artist Alex Eylar who faithfully recreated scenes from 15 different movies using LEGO blocks and minifigs. Which movies? I'm not gonna tell you. Just kidding: Harry Potter, The Shining, James Bond, Th... / Continue →
This is Link's Hylian shield made by Flickr user Bolt of Blue entirely out of LEGO pieces. You and I -- you and I could never do that. "I could." No, you couldn't. And even if you had the skills and were actually working on building one I would sneak in during the middle of... / Continue →