LEGO celebrates 80 years of toy making with an animated film called the Lego Story. The film details the beginning of the company in Denmark in 1932 spotlighting the life of its founder Ole Kirk Christiansen and his son Godtfred.
LEGO DIY Bat Rod by Hong Kong-based hobbyist Michael Choy a tribute for the upcoming The Dark Knight Rises Film. (more…)
The LEGO Group has just announced their newest interpretation of a modern day marvel to their Architecture series: Rockefeller Center. The series of Midtown Manhattan buildings were landmarked in 1986, and now you can rebuild them in your living room. The LEGO folks tell us the set contains 240 pieces, is approximately 5.4 inches tall (seems small, but the Empire State building model is only 7.4 inches tall). What other New York City’s buildings should be LEGO-fied… or is it better to use LEGO pieces to fill the city’s crack-filled buildings in real life?
By Jen Carlson
Shout outs to GA
Welcome to the Future (未来へようこそ) – GOMMI ARCADE presents the animated trailer for Episode I: Welcome to Neo Tokio.
The saga began with the release of the limited edition ‘Future-Shock’ watch, created in collaboration with the futurist fashion brand Nooka, (more…)