by Josh Rubin
Lego Mosaics are the least promoted and most exciting Lego product out there. You can upload a picture to their Web site and Lego will send you all the pieces you need to make your own mosaic. They are only $30 each, and make a fun and creative...
Link About It: This Week's Picks
Art blankets, Memphis furniture in Legos, and Public bikes pop up in our look at the past week on the web
by CH Contributor
1. Maison Martin Margiela in Tokyo Designboom's photo essay captures designer Maison Martin Margiela's remarkable Tokyo retail store located in a former electrical products factory warehouse in the Ebisu area. 2. Dressed Up Furniture We wouldn...
Lego Architecture Studio
The latest kit leaves the instruction manual behind for you to create your own masterpiece
by Lauren Espeseth
There's no denying that the Lego Architecture series serves as an excellent excuse for big kids to get their hands on a classic children's toy. Just like those days of Lego Star Fighters; you diligently follow each step, patiently trying not to...
Lego Brokeback Mountain by Daniel Brown
by Evan Orensten
TV blogger and Lego artist, Daniel Brown's newest work pays tribute to the film Brokeback Mountain.
Malfis and More
by Ami Kealoha
Miami-based makers of quirky toys Friends With You have been busy as usual. They were recently featured at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Miami during Art Basel where they debuted The Boy—a new pleather figure that they call "a magical...
by Josh Rubin
PixelBlocks are a lot like what might happen when Lego meets Lite Brite. Translucent pieces can be combined in different ways to create anything from a sculpture to a relief mosaic.
Thriller -In Lego
by Josh Rubin
Lego Goes to Hollywood features stop motion animation of Lego scenes. The nuttiest, by far, is Michael Jackson's Thriller. It's quite true to the original 80's video. download the video here
Vicolo Paglia Corta Jewelry
by Jacob Resneck
The free-spirited photography, fashion and graphic design group Vicolo Paglia Corta's amusing jewelry, comprised of computer parts and Lego pieces, has been slowly gaining notoriety. The accessories speak to the motto of the Bologna-based studio...
Space Lego Smiley Helmet Cufflinks
Literally wear Lego love on your sleeve with spaceman head cufflinks
by Greg Stefano
For the dapper dork Etsy seller Gr0gimann's Space Lego Smiley Helmet cufflinks are a way to subtly show off your inner fanboy. Taking a pressed button-down to another galaxy and sure to spark a conversation or two, these cute, happy explorers are...
by Lost At E Minor
Australian design team, forcefeed:swede, work across the full spectrum of creative spaces. As well as contributing artwork for 2005’s Basefield exhibition—themed around Aesop’s fables—they have also done some interesting cover...
The Iris Pleasure Object
by Ted Cahill
April showers will bring more than May flowers this year with the scheduled June arrival of Stockholm-based company Lelo's Iris pleasure object. Just in time for the peak (pun intended) of actual Iris season here in North America, this all-new...
Angela Yuan, a young NYC-based mechanical engineer, has built a fun little clock from an Etch-A-Sketch. Each minute that passes, the machine tilts the toy, shakes it clean and mechanically draws the correct time.