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gaminginyourunderwear:

Beautiful Nerd Art of the Day: 

geek-art:

Thibaut Malet - Wooden Lego

Thibaut Malet, French wood artist from the South of France, designed this awesome wood Lego. Kudos to him !

Thibaut Malet est un artiste du Sud de la France travaillant le bois. Avec brio. La preuve avec ce splendide Lego ! 

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thedailywhat:

Artsy Fart of the Day: LEGO New York
New York-based artist JR Schmidt designed this 3D topographical model of New York City based on a pixel-by-pixel rendering of Google Map’s satellite imagery.

thedailywhat:

Artsy Fart of the Day: LEGO New York

New York-based artist JR Schmidt designed this 3D topographical model of New York City based on a pixel-by-pixel rendering of Google Map’s satellite imagery.

thisistheverge:

It’s not quite a do-it-yourself particle accelerator for the home, but as part of an outreach project at the Niels Bohr Institute, Physics postdoc Sascha Hehlhase has assembled a stunning model of ATLAS, one of the ongoing experiments at the Large Hadron Collider, entirely out of LEGO bricks. The Verge

thisistheverge:

It’s not quite a do-it-yourself particle accelerator for the home, but as part of an outreach project at the Niels Bohr Institute, Physics postdoc Sascha Hehlhase has assembled a stunning model of ATLAS, one of the ongoing experiments at the Large Hadron Collider, entirely out of LEGO bricks. The Verge

gamesinvaders:

Master LEGO building team OneLUG have completed their incredible model of the Battle of Isengard, a key battle in The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers. The model includes a whopping seven-foot tall Orthanc tower, dozens of ents, over a hundred orcs, and two small hobbits. Built to minifig scale, the entire tableau weighs 145 pounds, and uses 22,000 LEGO bricks across its eight-foot diameter. We’ve seen some pretty incredible LEGO creations inspired by J.R.R. Tolkein, but this one takes the cake.

Incredibly, key scenes from the Lord of the Rings film are depicted in exacting detail across the diorama. It will be on display at BrickCon this weekend, though you can see some choice images after the break.  

The Last March of the Ents // by OneLUG team

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(Via:Geekosystem)


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