Nothing’s impossible with LEGO, regardless of how many pieces of LEGO you have at home (which we’re sure if you’re an AFOL, you’ll have plentiful!) – you’re only limited by your imagination.
This month’s edition of LEGO Picks of the Month sees a couple of really interesting news in the World of LEGO – including a LEGO Booth in LEGO’s newest shop in Leicester Square, UK, that scans your face and makes a custom LEGO set of yourself (how cool is that!), a Donald Trump White House LEGO set (we’re sharing this simply because we felt the set was something special, not because of anything political), a LEGO Bedrock build by Andrew Clark (he’s the creator of the LEGO Ideas Doctor Who 21304 set), a huge replica of Bay City, featuring the various iconic buildings, and more!
Check them out below…
1. This LEGO Booth Scans Your Face and Makes a Custom Kit So You Can Build Yourself Out of LEGOs
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Wanna make a LEGO set of yourself? Here’s how…
2. These LEGO Burgers Will Immediately Bring You Back To Childhood
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Would you like to give these “LEGO” burgers a try? 🙂
3. Behold, The Glory of Our Trump White House LEGO Set
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What are your thoughts on this one? 😉
P.S. We shared this simply because we felt the minifigure set was something special. This share of ours have nothing to do with politics.
4. Role-Play With The Flintstones And Rubbles In Bedrock
If you love The Flintstones, you’d definitely love this LEGO Bedrock build by Andrew Clark.
Find out more about it below, and don’t forget to vote for it on the LEGO Ideas website if you love this one!
5. ‘Amazing’ LEGO Replica of Bay City on Display at Studio 23
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As Studio 23 in downtown Bay City prepares for its first family LEGO building competition (which will be held next Saturday, March 18, from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m.), a local artist, Scot Thompson, who is skilled in making replicas of iconic buildings and parks from across the region has put some of his best work on display.
Check out Scot’s creation of buildings including the Wenonah Park, Timothy’s Fine Cigars, as well as other noticeable Bay City buildings, below…
6. Add A Piece Of History To Your Display Cabinet With This LEGO-Made RWS Olympic Ship
Add a piece of history to your display cabinet with Rob’s LEGO-rendition of the RWS Olympic.
Find out more about this 2,000-piece ship below…
7. Add A Piece Of Disney History To Your LEGO Collection
What are your thoughts about this LEGO-made Pixar lamp by AFOL Lukas Blalbla?
Find out more about it below and let us know of your thoughts below… 🙂
8. Bring The “Hamilton: An American Musical” Back Home!
Fans of LEGO and the Broadway musical, “Hamilton: An American Musical”, will definitely LOVE to bring this build back home and re-create the special moments from the musical. 🙂
Find out more about this custom LEGO build by Doniazade below…
9. LEGO-Versions of Racing Vehicles Are Always Eye-Catching!
If you love collecting LEGO-made vehicle models like us, you’d definitely love to have this LEGO-replica of the Ferrari 512S by Alan Guerzoni in your collection!
Find out more about this build below…
10. This Oil Rig Build Makes An Excellent Addition To Your LEGO Town
This oil rig build by Jonathan is just too good not to share (for the amount of details he has packed into this 1,650-piece build.)
Check it out for yourself below and, if you like to own this build, make sure you vote for Jonathan’s submission in the LEGO Ideas website (link could be found below as well…)
11. Travel Back To Yesteryear To Visit Ricardos’ Apartment
If you’ve followed through all the seasons of the sitcom “I Love Lucy”, the Ricardos’ Apartment below by Ryan Blanck will definitely bring back memories.
In our opinion, while this build looks simple, it does bring back moments from the sitcom. What do you think?
Find out more about this build below…
12. Will You Be Getting This 1,704-Piece LEGO Star Wars Snowspeeder?
Star Wars fans… Will you be getting this newest Snowspeeder set when it’s made available for purchase? 🙂
Get more details about this set below, and share with us your thoughts about it…
13. Results of the Latest Round of LEGO Ideas Submission [February 28, 2017]
Congratulations to Maia Weinstock, whose Women of NASA build will be making its way to the retail shelves! 🙂
Find out more about the results of the latest round of LEGO Ideas submission below, and feel free to share with us your thoughts about the outcome…
14. Oddball Add-On Tightens Shoe Laces with LEGO Power
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There’s really no limits as to what LEGOs can do… The only limits are your imagination… 🙂
Here’s a self-lacing shoe made up of LEGO components and LEGO Power Function electronics. Check it out below!
15. Which Of These 12 Projects Will Get The Thumbs Up By The LEGO Ideas Review Team?
Out of all 12 builds by AFOLs submitted to the LEGO Ideas website, which one do you think will get approved by the LEGO Ideas review team in the next round of review (which will happen in the summer of 2017) and be produced as an official LEGO Ideas set?
Check them out below and let us have your thoughts…
If we have to choose one, we would think the LEGO Store Modular Version by Kashaka Kim have the best chance of becoming an official LEGO Ideas set. Do you share the same thoughts as us? 🙂
16. Spread The Word About This Hamilton BrickHeadz Build, And Help A Friend In Need
This BrickHeadz version of Alexander Hamilton by by Ryan Blanck may seem like yet another BrickHeadz build, but the story behind why this build was constructed was a heartwarming one.
Read more about it below…
With that, we’ve come to the end of this issue of LEGO Picks of the Month.
As always, we hope you like what we’ve presented for you. We’ll continue to work harder to bring you even more fantastic builds in the coming months… Till then, here are the previous issues of LEGO Picks of the Month you can check out (if you’ve missed them when they were released previously):
Previous Issues of “LEGO Picks of the Month”: