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If Microsoft ever collaborated with LEGO for a game console, it might look something like this Xbox Series S concept by NAK Studio. Put simply, the top is now a baseplate that can be used with a variety of LEGO pieces to create a design of your choice. Companies could also use this for marketing by building one-off designs to give away on social media.
The all-new LEGO Art (31208) The Great Wave set consists of 1,180-pieces and reimagines the masterpiece by Katsushika Hokusai, a Japanese ukiyo-e artist of the Edo period. It is believed to have been originally printed on a woodblock in the early 1830s and has since been recreated as street art as well as countless merchandise worldwide.
It’s official, the LEGO Speed Champions (76917) 2 Fast 2 Furious Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 set is coming soon, and this leak gives us a first look at Paul Walker’s ride. There are 319 pieces, including a Brian O’Conner minifigure. Did you know that the real movie car is just one of only eleven street-legal Nissan Skyline R34 GT-4 vehicles in the US?
Australia-based Ambience unveils the Linear LEGO Luminaire light, which is made from hundreds of upcycled bricks. This idea came about when the design studio realized that there was a worldwide material shortage, especially in the aluminum and brass parts that they use to make designer lighting. So, they decided to use LEGO using for their CREATE custom light builder.
LEGO and pancakes aren’t exactly synonymous, but if you do put them together, things get quite interesting to say the least. The world’s first LEGO pancake factory by ‘The Brick Wall’ cracks eggs, adds flour, pours milk and then mixes everything together to form perfectly flat pancakes for your breakfast (or anytime) enjoyment.