edgy-and-pop:

Pixelation by MOLI

edgy-and-pop:

Pixelation by MOLI

(via koi-king)

itscolossal:

Lego guy wall for Qubic Tax by Acrylicize.

(via johnnychallenge)


Harry Potter, The Boy Who Lived. by Lego Junkie. http://flic.kr/p/dTnNps

Harry Potter, The Boy Who Lived. by Lego Junkie. http://flic.kr/p/dTnNps

(Source: pimpmybricks, via johnnychallenge)

9gag:

Went snowboarding over Christmas break and saw this guy…
Mint Imperial Stormtroopers 319/366 by [inFocus] on Flickr.
It Walks Amongst Us by *donald* on Flickr.
Project 366 - 11/14/2012 - 319/366 by cathy.scola on Flickr.
Morning sencha and Maneki Nekos by Elbæk on Flickr.

thedailywhat:

LEGO Craftsmanship of the Day

thedailywhat:

Awesome LEGO Creation of the Day

Mark Anderson’s Santa Mech Suit means the reindeer get the night off!

thedailywhat:

Awesome LEGO Creation of the Day

scinerds:

DNA ‘LEGOs’ Build a Mini Space Shuttle
A tiny space shuttle made out of DNA “LEGO bricks” shows how scientists could someday build new technologies on the smallest scales.
Image: DNA ‘bricks’ can self-assemble into complex 3D shapes such as a miniature space shuttle. Credit:Kurt V. Gothelf | Yonggang Ke et al 
Single DNA strands became “LEGO bricks” that could assemble together by themselves into 102 individual 3D shapes. Harvard researchers manipulated the DNA coding of the bricks so that they could form solid shapes such as the tiny shuttle, honeycomb structures, and even “written” features on a solid base such as numbers and letters of the English alphabet.
“Once we know how to compile the correct code of complex shapes and add it to the synthetic DNA strands, everything else is simple and natural,” said Yonggang Ke, a chemist at Harvard University. “Those DNA strands are like smart LEGO bricks that know exactly where to go by themselves.”

scinerds:

DNA ‘LEGOs’ Build a Mini Space Shuttle

A tiny space shuttle made out of DNA “LEGO bricks” shows how scientists could someday build new technologies on the smallest scales.

Image: DNA ‘bricks’ can self-assemble into complex 3D shapes such as a miniature space shuttle. Credit:Kurt V. Gothelf | Yonggang Ke et al

Single DNA strands became “LEGO bricks” that could assemble together by themselves into 102 individual 3D shapes. Harvard researchers manipulated the DNA coding of the bricks so that they could form solid shapes such as the tiny shuttle, honeycomb structures, and even “written” features on a solid base such as numbers and letters of the English alphabet.

“Once we know how to compile the correct code of complex shapes and add it to the synthetic DNA strands, everything else is simple and natural,” said Yonggang Ke, a chemist at Harvard University. “Those DNA strands are like smart LEGO bricks that know exactly where to go by themselves.”

(via mattsbrickgallery)

ohmyasian:

(via thedailywhat)

2726. LEGO Craftsmanship of the Day: Great Ball Contraption. “Japanese LEGO artist Akiyuky spent over 600 hours to create this complex, Rube Goldberg machine-like assembly line that stretches over 100 feet in length.”

This is unbelievable! 

nemoi:

Robot lamp (via americanartmuseum)