The Last March of the Ents, Portrayed With Over 22,000 LEGOs

Master LEGO building team OneLUG have completed their incredible model of the Battle of Isengard, a key battle in The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers. The model includes a whopping seven-foot tall Orthanc tower, dozens of ents, over a hundred orcs, and two small hobbits. Built to minifig scale, the entire tableau weighs 145 pounds, and uses 22,000 LEGO bricks across its eight-foot diameter. We’ve seen some pretty incredible LEGO creations inspired by J.R.R. Tolkein, but this one takes the cake.

[via geekosystem.]

GET TO DA CHOPPA!!! LEGO Predator Bust

This is a detailed Predator bust made entirely out of LEGO pieces by LEGO mastermind Shawn Snyder. There are more detailed shots of the Predator’s fangs, dreadlocks and blow dryer gun.

[via Geekologie.]

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Turn Your Propane Tank Into a Gigantic Lego Head

BAH why didn’t I think of this? So simple.

The full instructions are at Instructables but it’s just as easy as it sounds: a lot of spray paint and enamel hobby paint for the face. Congratulations, you just made the best conversation starter at a BBQ ever.

[via Gizmodo.]

Retro Lego Stop Motion Games

More 8-bit awesomeness from Rymdreglage, who brought you the 8-bit trip. Going to have to bust out the NES this weekend.

[via Nerdcore.]

Lego Death Star Ornament

Chris McVeigh has broken down how to create his Lego Death Star Ornament step by step. You will need to download the latest version (4.0) of the Lego Digital Designer, and McVeigh’s Death Star file.


[via The Daily What.]

Frank Lloyd Wright's Falling Water in Legos

Matija Grguric, who designed Le Corbusier in Legos a couple years ago, has done it again. The Falling Water building process spread over total of almost 7 months, and the structure is made out of more than 15000 bricks.

To see more images of Matija’s sculpture that has been seven months in the making, visit his Flickr set: Fallingwater.

Read the full article on apartment therapy. [Thanks Rich.]

10 Years of Lego Star Wars


Lego is celebrating 10 years of Lego Star Wars. They released this poster commemorating all the Star Wars Minifigs and also reduced the price of the Millennium Falcon to a tempting $375.

via Unnecessary Umlaut.