Lego creations by master builders that show why Lego is not just a children’s toy: part 3
There are no limits to her creativity – whatever medium you choose, your hard work and details can bring everything to life! Can’t believe us? Take a look at these LEGO builds by master builders to be completely in shock and awe.
Using over 100,000 Lego pieces, designer Ekow Nimako imagines the Kumbi Saleh 3020 CE a Ghanaian metropolis 1000 years into the future. This piece of art is the centerpiece of his exhibit titled Building Black Civilizations and features details like you’ve never seen before, almost reminiscent of the title sequence from Game of Thrones! Oh, and if anyone wants a challenge, I really think it would be great to have a LEGO title sequence for Game of Thrones!
This extremely detailed fire gorgon took LEGO enthusiast Andrew James Steele a year to build. Her love of the job is visible in the minute details – from the framing of the open jaw to the use of lights on the neck to create the formidable beast.
What’s more iconic and nostalgic than LEGO? For me it would be Batman. And when you merge the two, you have the ultimate to collect! This is exactly what LEGO has created with their latest collaboration bringing us the classic vehicle from the iconic 1989 Batman movie. The Batwing also comes with three hooded and hooded Batman minifigures, Smiling Joker and Lawrence the Boombox Goon , which of course holds a mini boombox. Place it on your desk or hang it on your wall, this design is sure to catch the eye and be the talking point for anyone who walks into your space.
Collaborations are like the Avengers, each hero with their own super-qualities, but together they’re a force to be reckoned with! This is exactly what happened when master builder Wonhyuk Son merged LEGO and Starwars to create this cool guitar!
Amenk Sachio’s creation is inspired by the castle featured in Game of Thrones. Boasting a mountainside facade, the castle features several towers, a moat, and various bridges that span this intricate creation for toy LEGO soldiers to pass on messages. Pay close attention and also focus on the waterfall made of tiny bricks!
The next collaboration with the ZX 8000 sneakers has been announced by Adidas Originals as part of its ongoing A-ZX series. Walk on LEGO blocks but now they can’t hurt you anymore because you made allies with the enemy HA! Adidas usually has the classic monochrome shoes with a few bold limited edition drops and this sneaker design certainly incorporates elements from both brands in a way neither is overpowered – so you can recognize those Adidas curves but you can also get yourself. relate to LEGO colors! The god of digital sneakers, Sean Wotherspoon, received a pair ahead of the official release and shared images that revealed more details like the iconic LEGO logo on the tongue and a miniature LEGO man inspired by him! The details on the shoes with grooves and ridges bring the element of connection blocks and the shape of the shoe itself has a very 90’s Adidas aesthetic. It’s refreshing to see a bright red sole on a shoe other than Louboutins. One of the more thoughtful details is the green LEGO block that appears to be holding the laces in places and I suspect this shoe will come with versatile lace options as well.
From fiction to reality, if you’re creative, LEGOs are the perfect tool to help bring everything to life. Michael Kanemoto discovered the same with his wolf design. Pure white and painstakingly detailed, the overall structure of the wolf is almost to scale – you’re sure to be surprised if you walk through it in the dark!
So IKEA and LEGO have teamed up to create storage bins, called BYGGLEK, which makes storage another fun game. The white boxes come in four sizes and can store hundreds of bricks and you can easily stack them as they are made like giant LEGO blocks. “The box itself can be a house, a swimming pool, a sports arena – there is no right or wrong!” said Rasmus Buch LÃ¸gstrup, the Lego designer who led this project. The BYGGLEK range consists of a set of three small boxes, two sets of larger boxes and a set of LEGO bricks for the full experience from the moment you receive your package.
Inspired by the Japanese art of Kintsugi – the art of repairing objects (mostly terracotta like bowls, vases, etc.) using molten gold, LEGO presents its TSUGI collection! The intention is the same with a more modern and quirky release – to use LEGO to hold a broken table leg to a magazine rack. No need to throw away your favorite furniture with LEGOs to your rescue.
Discover the interactive LEGO Super Mario construction sets, a Mario play experience that brings the beloved Italian plumber to life with his whole world. The starter kit comes complete with a LEGO Mario, complete with dynamic eyes, a screen on his chest, and even vocal effects that should light up your eyes when you hear the familiar “It’sa Meee!” The series also includes several expansion packs featuring popular environments such as the Piranha Plant Power Slide, Boomer Bill Barrage, Mario’s House & Yoshi, Toad’s Treasure Hunt, Bowser’s Castle Boss Battle, and King Boo and the Haunted Yard. You have the option to customize Mario’s obstacle course using the blocks provided, and Mario even reacts appropriately to the blocks, creating sound effects when he hits blocks and collects coins, or dying when he is. hit by a bullet or enter lava.
Discover more interesting LEGO creations in our articles in this series!