Yeah you did! This is a LEGO minifig hair bicycle helmet created by a European creative agency DDB with the goal to get kids excited about bike safety. Screw kids! This gets me excited about bike safety and I don’t even own a bike. I might just buy one to walk around in, cause looking good is half the battle. Check out the video below to see how these bad boys were created.
In more proof that LEGO is for adults and not children, they have announced the release of the Beatles’ Yellow Submarine set this November. The set will consist of over 550 pieces, costs $60 and includes John, Paul, George and Ringo minifigs. So for those still debating who the greatest Beatle is, I ask you this: How many songs sung by John, Paul or George got LEGO sets made of them? I thought so. Check out more pictures and a video below. Enjoy!
I’ll be honest, I’ve never really been a LEGO guy, nor have I ever been a selfless lover, but these conceptual Voltron LEGO set designed and proposed by LEGO Ideas user len_d69 make me want to be both. The five lions can be connected to form Voltron with the black lion making up the body, the red and green lions the arms, and blue and yellow the legs. Just like in the cartoon! It’s all coming together…literally. This project isn’t greenlit yet but you can help that out by going HERE and voting for the proposed set. Check below for more sweet picks of these beauties.
Can you name the characters to match each LEGO stack? My apololgies on not posting the answer but my friend can’t name one of them and it is driving him crazy much like it will with most of you. Jokes on me though, cause I doubt my friend reads this blog… Good Luck! Pst..the answers are under the tags (wink)
LEGO has just announced the launch of their 2,179 piece (complete with a Frozen Jasper!) Kwik-E-Mart play set. The set looks pretty amazing, so to answer the question of “who needs the Kwik-E-Mart?” I doooooooooooooooooooooooooooo not…cause it’s $200.