Cool Lego stop motion video of a Lego brick man doing graffiti on a train
The alternate reality’s and town of Back to the Future II have inspired LEGO builder Alex Schranz to take Hill Valley’s Town Square, from the hoverboarded to Nike Air Mags and the movie from the future Jaws 19.
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To celebrate their centennial The NYPL are displaying a Lego lion:
“the lions will be on display for just the Centennial weekend [that's this weekend] on the Plaza outside the 42 Street building.” They will be unveiled by artist Nathan Sawaya this Friday at 10 a.m. (get your free book if you drop by), staying through Sunday at 8 p.m.”
One brick, two bricks, three bricks, four…What can you do with these few on the ﬂoor? Five bricks, six bricks, seven, eight… Don’t think that’s enough? Well just you wait. It only takes a few bricks to make something CL!CK
On January 15, 2009, Chelsey “Sully” Sullenberger miraculously landed US Airways Flight 1549 on the surface of the Hudson River after a collision with a flock of geese left the plane unflyable. Unbelievably, the skid landing resulted in zero fatalities, thanks to the flight skill and experience of 57-year-old Captain Sully. With the power of Twitter at our fingertips, we were able to witness the thrilling rescue as coast guard officials closed in on the crashed jet. It’s a day that will live on in air travel history forever.
Now, nearly two years after the Miracle on the Hudson became a piece of history, Ohio-based LEGO fanatic Ken Osbon created this LEGO brick recreation of Sully’s finest moment. The Miracle on the Hudson LEGO scene will be on display at the BrickExpo 2010 the weekend of September 11-12 in Cincinnati