I enjoy watching documentaries as they inspire me listening and seeing people with nothing can be reversed and become prosperous. LEGO is a company that everyone admires of all ages, it was founded by Ole Kirk Christiansen in Denmark exactly 80 years ago and started off as a wooden toy company consisting of just the founder and a few workers. Today LEGO’s base is entirely plastic blocks but has expanded on many different mediums. Since this is ...

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Yes this is very real, to the point where you can have the complexity and fun of building blocks of LEGO combined with the ever growing building video game, Minecraft. That game has always been considered to be a sort of the LEGO of gaming world, giving you complete freedom on what you can create and of course the pixelated style is one that not to be missed. LEGO has this cool Minecraft set with different ...

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Moboto put in simple words, is simply a mind-blowing iOS device dock that gives personality to your phone. The dock looks like a pretty toy and your iPhone or iPad serve as it’s head. Created by Mark Solomon this amazing product does not end there, the dock itself has its own app that gives a face to your device, addicting emotion, it would wake you up in the morning, read your tweets and of course you ...

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I haven’t met a person young and old that does not like LEGO, it is just beautiful and an iconic piece of art. So how can such beauty be brought to the ever growing digital world of today? simply LEGO BrainBricks. This both a technology and an app, imagine creating something in the physical world and that creation gets replicated in 3D on your smartphone/tablet. This technology as a concept was created by Bas van de ...

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If there will ever be a time where people wrap up things that happened in the world, LEGO will be one of the highlights. It is that of a great creation having simple blocks transform in sculptures that would dazzle kids and adults alike, LEGO is truly not only a toy but also a lifestyle. Different artists have used LEGO in different ways, one created pixelated portraits, another created stop motion videos and another create life-size ...

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This reminds me of when I used to steal my brother’s toy cars much to his annoyance and my regret when he found out. Its not exactly a toy per say, its more like a deluxe replica. Audi has created this electric-powered and half-scale recreation of an Auto Union Type C, grand prix racer of the late 1930s. According to Audi, the body of the hand-finished unique car replica is made of aluminum and carbon-like ...

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Like I always say, LEGO might say ages 3 and up, but that up has no limit and here is the work of Chris McVeigh (also known as power pig) reminding us how so little can create something extraordinary.I believe everyone knows LEGO but this man knows more apparently, he creates art with original LEGO blocks and comes up with results that are sure to dazzle. As you can see, his influences are a lot of ...

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You can be as old as you can be and still love LEGO, that’s what I really appreciate and love about this timeless creation. Playing LEGO as a child and creating things of limited sets always felt like a great achievement. LEGO does create packs with extra blocks like Star Wars ships but I like the original unmodified blocks. Anyway, I love it when people take the simplest blocks and create a simple representation of something ...

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Steampunk and Nintendo, is there anything better? Designer Joseph Drust created these “Steampunk Minions” as hes called them and they look amazing but looks aren’t the only thing they have to offer. The designer made these minions semi-functional too! There is one that is powered by solar energy, another one that is a plasma ball, and another that is magnetic, and they all light up in the dark. The best one though is definitely the little guy ...

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A while back Green posted about a great artist called Madspeitersen where he creates an anatomy of game consoles and controllers all done digitally and sketched by hand, you can read more about him here. Now what you are about to see is just as amazing, following the same foot lines of the idea, artist Jason Freeny has done something quite amazing. He takes existing popular toys like Toy Story, Mario, even Care bares and cuts ...

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This awesome ad is for the Playstation Move. Im not a big fan of the product but I loved the ad. Getting ordinary people to dance like theres no tomorrow then film them for our viewing pleasure. Genius. The concept isn’t new but it just never gets old for me, there something special about watching people having such a good time without a care, its so contagious. I could totally be part of the video ...

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You have probably heard or seen a little bit of Metropolis II but the video you are about to see gives all a little more insight of this amazing work of at. This amazing work was created by Chris Burden, an artist that has been delivering great art on different mediums for about 40 years. This is a recreated and boosted up version of his 2004 model. So what is it? it’s like the Hot ...

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Even though I’m quarter a century old I still love games. One game that needs no introduction is Street Fighter and now we have a cute little version of them created by Kidrobot. Kidrobot sells unique toys created by talented designers, you might be familiar with Munny, a little toy character that is plain as if was a canvas. Artists take this toy and color it and reshape into crazy stuff. “Green” has already posted ...

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