The first time we saw these these type of ads from LEGO, we weren’t sure what they were. Put the different executions from the campaign together and, oh, but of course. We love all the TV shows represented here. Do you? Can you name them all? #90s
This rifle has a sniper scope, bi-pod stand and 8-round magazines built completely from Legos. The stand is collapsible and detachable and clips onto the front of the barrel. When it collapses the legs are parallel with the barrel. I want one!
This “Lego felt tip 110″ printer might not have the highest quality print, but that doesn’t matter because it’s just too cool! It’s built completely from scratch with Lego bricks, an analog motor, a few sensors and a felt tip pen.
LEGO has finally upsized their popular line of LEGO Star Wars watches for grown-ups! LEGO fans know that LEGOs aren’t just for kids anymore, so why not share your love for LEGO with one of the new larger-scale watches sporting a nearly 1.5-inch bezel and adjustable band that you don’t need to take to the jeweler’s to have sized — just snap in some extra pieces or simply remove some to fit! Plastic watch case and links, with quartz movement, mineral crystal glass, and water resistant to 50 meters.
This 437 piece Lego set features parts to build your very own Lego X-Wing ($50) Red 5 or Red 3 starfighter. Also include Wedge Antilles, Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Han Solo, Chewbacca and R2-D2 minifigures.
After around 440 hours of work, and just in time for the 10th anniversary of the original movie release, LegoMatrix is pleased to present to a Lego version of the famous Bullet Time dodge scene from The Matrix.