Amazing Lego Sculptures.

by Chris Gardner

Lego artist Nathan Sawawa was the guest last night on The Colbert Report. Stephen, of course, teased about nerdiness and a childish choice of medium, but I'm pretty convinced this guy's got it down. Of course, we've all seen email forwards of scales models of the Eiffel Tower, or life-size Darth Vader helmets, but Sawaya's work transcends such attempts. Those are really great Lego projects. Sawaya's sculptures seem more like art that happen to be...

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The Q-Couch

by DIY Maven

The Q-Couch

Although it has nothing to do with James Bond, the possibilities of this snap-apart couch by FEEK just might be Q-worthy. Basically, the couch parts are sold in sections of two which you snap together to queue up seating of any length. Made of polymer, the Q-Couch is 100% waterproof and extremely light weight. A set of two will cost you about 100€ or about 138 U.S. I just have one question. Why not have interior and exterior corner pieces too to...

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LEGO goes Psycho

by DIY Maven

LEGO goes Psycho

'A boy's best friend is his LEGO'*. So says LEGO artist Alex Eylar. His clever creations include a replica of the Psycho House–a tiny Norman Bates included. But what would the house be without the hotel? Alex made a replica of that too!

*This is a reference to a line in the movie when Norman says, 'A boy’s best friend is his mother.' Would have Marion Crane survived her shower if Norman had LEGOs as a kid? We will never know....

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Lick-able LEGO

by DIY Maven

Lick-able LEGO

For those of us who have fond memories of playing with LEGO, these quirky ice cubes might be just the thing to hear clinking in our tumblers at the end of a hard day. They’re available at shop.lego.com for $8 bucks. And just think, if they snap together we could make igloos!

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