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Tag Archives: LEGO
’ The folks at Qubic Tax are one of the least likely companies we’d expect to use LEGOs in their office decor, but that’s exactly what the team at Acrylicize had in mind when they spruced up this work space. … Continue reading
Here’s a small selection of their pictures: MANY MORE HERE!
Wooden Art toys handmade in limited edition of 20 pieces (11cm). Each toy is unique and numbered under the feet of the character for collectors Wood and cardboard for a natural packaging. LINK
Diana Beltran Herrera (the artist who made those incredible paper birds) pointed me to these Lego birds by Tom Poulsom. He’s hoping Lego will actually turn them into real building sets so if you like them let him know here. More … Continue reading
I used images like these to set the elevation and color of the blocks. I put them together using an assortment of maps and satellite imagery. LINK!
Now as LEGO: And here’s Adan Limbert’s take on them: VIA! AND!
A 1:350 scale version of Felix Baumgartner’s record-breaking 128,000 ft. space jump that took place yesterday. LINK!
From The Living Brick: New for 2012: Finally, you can now own your very own copy of this internet sensation! Redesigned from the ground up, this version will look gorgious atop your bookshelf, mantlepiece or high performance gaming workstation. Guaranteed to … Continue reading