Enter the Lego exoskeleton When building a flashy human exoskeleton, Lego is not the first building material that springs to mind. Perhaps it should be, as this man demonstrates! Photo by _nash
A cautionary comic tale about interchangeable toy building blocks and gender prejudice. Photo by ricardoduplos
This is a delightful take on some classic works of art: http://www.thepoke.co.uk/2015/01/07/playmobil-vs-classic-paintings/
Carrying on with Thing of the Day’s obsession with Lego, we wondered if anyone was making Lego Easter eggs. Of course there is! http://hilug.org/?p=351 You still have time to make yours. Happy Easter! Photo by TooMuchDew
Our thanks to S for finding this gem: https://medium.com/thoughts-on-creativity/6f4cb1886d41
All good fun? Or a pandering to stereotypes?! https://mrlibrarydude.wordpress.com/2013/07/24/image-public-perception-and-lego-librarians/ let us know.
If you thought yesterday’s skittle sorting machine was clever, this is a work of pure genius: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uYlA3NV0rFA (Our thanks to Roo for both these items)
TOTD loves LEGO! TOTD loves Lord of the Rings! Therefore how can we not love Lord of the Rings LEGO? http://www.theonering.net/torwp/2012/01/30/53265-for-your-exclusive-viewing-pleasure-lego-lord-of-the-rings-horribly-cute-bad-guys/