A Pokémon superfan impressed the internet with Lego builds that brought the user’s favorite pocket monsters to life.
An image featuring life-sized Lego statues of Pikachu, Eevee, Charmander, Togepi, Ditto and Geodude appeared on Reddit last week, generating quite a buzz among Pokémon fans.
A Japanese netizen amazed thousands on Twitter after showing off a functional toy machine gun he built using Lego blocks.
Twitter user @zuzuruniyaniya demonstrated his Lego masterpiece he dubbed the “Brick Shooter” in a video he uploaded two weeks ago.
Singaporean retailers — both online and offline — reportedly pulled out knock-off toy sets of Lego depicting notorious terrorist group Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, commonly known and referred to as ISIS.
The made-in-China knock-off toys were spotted being sold by 8 Series, a retail store located in People’s Park Center in Outram, Singapore, as well as on the online local store Carousell, according to The Straits Times.
Chinese toy company, Xingbao, reportedly launched a new controversial set that is now dubbed by the internet as “LEGO Whore House.”
The “LEGO Whore House,” or also referred to as “Yihong Brothel” before it got edited out, is a new toy set developed by Xingbao for its line of products that are “LEGO compatible.”
A Chinese Lego artist who spent three days and thousands of dollars to create a sculpture of a character from the film “Zootopia” was able to exhibit his work for one hour before it was destroyed by a child.
The Lego artist, who goes by the name Mr. Zhao, created a sculpture of Nick Wilde for an exhibit at Wanda Plaza in Ningbo, across the bay and south of Shanghai.
If you thought you were an expert lego builder, think again. This man just blew all amateur lego builders out of the water with his extraordinary lego architectural skills. Last week, YouTube user Talapz uploaded a video of his LEGO pop-up Himeji Castle. The castle can stand on its own and fold into itself like a book.
It took him a year and three months to create his beautiful LEGO masterpiece.
Lego, the iconic construction block toy, will be going through some changes over the next decade to become more environmentally friendly.
Lego plans to invest $1 billion over the next 15 years to replace the plastic materials currently used to make the iconic building blocks with something less impactful on the climate while also making their products’ packaging more environmentally sustainable. Lego CEO Jørgen Vig Knudstorp explained: