Grand Central Terminal
I know it basically saved Lego as a company but it still makes me sad that Legos are mostly licensed products now. They seem to have so many unique ‘pre-fabricated’ parts compared to sets I had as a kid in the 90s, like armor bits or vehicle bodies. They seem more like traditional models put together with Lego studs than a model cleverly made of mostly generic Lego pieces.
Just found a french builder who makes replicas of buildings from the Asterix comic book series. So far he has done the homes of
Some of his building techniques are insane, and I love those bananas used for thatched roofs.
That’s some Inception territory.
I really want this. The price is pretty good at $120. The size is not so good at 1 meter long. No place to put that.
I was eyeing that the other day. Juliane says it’s too big for the apartment.
Hang it from the ceiling.
Maybe I can buy it and keep it in the box for the future.
I miss the Legos of my childhood in the mid-90s before they were mostly based on licensed properties and half made of set specific parts. Ice planet dudes robot planet dudes, dragon knights, that stuff was great.
I put the Ray’s Music Exchange above also on reddit and someone made a comment with this amazing piece of stop motion Lego animation.
It’s an F1 car, if you were staring as long as I was, unable to figure it out.
Great Googily Moogily!
This is absolutely gorgeous… but at $800, I just can’t justify it.