LEGO creations by master builders that take this popular kids’ game to a whole new mind-blowing level!


Remember when we spent our summer vacation and free time after school playing with LEGO blocks, and sometimes painfully stepping on them with our feet? Fun times, right? But, LEGO is no longer considered child’s play! Master builders, artists and LEGO enthusiasts around the world create awesome LEGO constructions that will blow your mind. They are the result of their hours of dedication, attention to detail, hard work and creativity. They can be thought of as works of art, and I love to scroll through these creations, admire them and feel an intense wave of satisfaction at their perfection. And we’ve curated the best of the bunch to get you drooling and going gaga!

1. The LEGO Kumbi Saleh 3020 CE

Using over 100,000 LEGO parts, the designer Ekow Nimako imagine the Kumbi Saleh 3020 CE a Ghanaian metropolis 1000 years in the future. This piece of art is the centerpiece of his exhibit titled Building Black Civilizations and features details like you’ve never seen before, almost reminiscent of the title sequence from Game of Thrones!

2. The antique LEGO Ideas cash register

Built with stunning detail, the vintage LEGO Ideas cash register models directly onto the National 452 Cash Register – a 19th century cash popular machine, designed and developed in Ohio during the early retail era. . The LEGO variant, however, is the brainchild of a master builder called dimexart and uses a whopping 2,055 pieces to put together.

3. The LEGO Imperial Light Cruiser

The latest LEGO sets include Moff Gideon’s Imperial Light Cruiser (which I’ll surely add to the collection), Imperial Armored Marauder, and Bounty Hunter Boba Fett’s Starship. The highlight of all is the Imperial Light Cruiser (75315) which comes complete with a bridge (which doubles as a handle for the flying action), large spring-loaded shooters, and two mini-TIE Fighters. How could the LEGO set not have the main tracks – which is why it also comes with The Mandalorian and Baby Yoda minifigures as well as the infamous villain Moff Gideon, Fennec Shand, Cara Dune and the Dark Tropper too .

4. The LEGO Ideas Home Alone Set

The LEGO Ideas Home Alone set is your childhood fantasy come to life! You can now build and spend time in Mcallister’s iconic house. It’s the perfect way to start Christmas! The LEGO House opens, allowing you to access all of the small rooms in the Mcallister Residence. Setting traps has never been so easy and fun!

5. The LEGO ship in a bottle

Looking quite like the real deal, the Ship In A Bottle is the latest of the clever master builders from LEGO Ideas that produce magical numbers like the LEGO typewriter we saw recently. Made from 962 LEGO pieces (although the majority of them are just the water under the ship), the ship in a bottle comes with everything you’d expect, including a ship with 3 sails, a clear bottle, a holder, a nameplate (the ship is called the Leviathan), and even a cork stopper made from LEGO bricks!


Now you can create a tribute to Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back with the largest LEGO AT-AT to date. The cool build even comes equipped with rotating cannons and a bomb drop hatch! Not to mention that two small speeders are also included!

7. LEGO The Chamber of Secrets

Ethan Johnson (@ ekjohnson_1) created this amazing Harry Potter themed build that features the Chamber of Secrets. From a LEGO Harry to all the monstrosities you could find in The Chamber of Secrets – this build is as precise and complex as it gets!

8. LEGO Colosseum

The largest set ever created by LEGO is an accurate and stunning replica of the Colosseum! The intricate design, attention to detail and medieval feel brings me straight back to the streets of Rome. This one is a must-have for all history fanatics!

9. LEGO Boba Fett’s spaceship

This LEGO brick version of Boba Fett’s spaceship by Robert Whitehead (@shundeez_official) is as epic and majestic as it gets! It’s perfect for the bounty hunting missions and battles that await you in the world of Star Wars!

10. Collection of LEGO wooden housewares

LEGO recently partnered with Danish design brand Room Copenhagen to create a collection of warm and minimalist household items that includes wall racks, picture frames, desk drawers and book racks. The products mimic many iconic LEGO elements, from simple studs to other easily recognizable parts. And of course, all items have been adorned with the iconic LEGO lettering! The complete collection consists of a set of wall hangers (set of three), a picture frame, a book rack, two desk drawer options – 2 × 2 and 2 × 4.


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