Greetings nerds, thanks for tuning in. This week’s InterNERD is dedicated to Lego! The 50 year old block that is more popular than ever. There are a lot of Lego franchises now sold in stores: TMNT, Marvel, Star Wars, LOTR just to name a few. I want to showcase the work some artists are able to make using Lego blocks. Here are the coolest, nerdiest Lego art I found on the InterNERD.
Lego Homer. D’oh! This Homer Simpson is done with a lot of Lego’s. I don’t know if Homer would approve not having Duff in his hand though.
Lego Sonic. Here we don’t have a statue but a flat Sonic piece, would be perfect for displaying on a wall. Done by artist Meufer, you can check out his other Lego 8 bit creations here!
Lego LOTR. These Lord Of The Ring Lego sculptures were on display at New York Comic Con last year, to tie in with the Lego LOTR video game. Gandalf’s beard is awesome!
Lego Linux. Some people are Linux crazy. Here we have a die-hard fan of the operating system assemble the Linux penguin Tux out of Lego’s.
Lego Breaking Bad. Ha this is great, somebody made the Breaking Bad rolling meth lab from the show out of Lego’s! They did such a good job too, that Walter White Lego guy is awesome.
Lego Darth Vader. Taking many many black Lego bricks to complete this Darth Vader. I think the Sith Lord would be pleased.
Lego Conan O’Brian. The late night Sith Lord, Conan O’Brian is represented here in all its Lego glory. Beautifully created by Lego artist Nathan Sawaya.
Lego Stephen Hawking. Not only giant sculptures make this list, this Stephen Hawking miniature Lego figure is wonderful! The wheelchair-bound theoretical physicist is ready to take on quantum mechanics.
Lego Futurama. This is totally well done, it looks like it could have been a Planet Express playset. Done by Matt De Lanoy, he custom painted Lego men to look like the Futurama characters! The gallery can be found here.
Welcome back to the InterNERD friends. San Diego Comic Con is coming up fast, a few exclusive Lego sculptures premiered early, so it’s the perfect timing for Lego Art Part 3! Lego Art Part 1 and Lego Art Part 2 has already showed some hugely talented brick artists. However I think this sequel tops them! Here are the coolest, nerdiest Lego art I found on the InterNERD.
Lego Guardians Of The Galaxy. I’m genuinely excited for the GOTG movie coming out next month. SDCC is going to have this Rocket Raccoon and Groot Lego sculpture on display! This massive sculpture is 7 feet tall and created by the Lego artists from Lego themselves.
Lego Rocketeer. This Rocketeer mosaic poster is fantastic! Created by Lego artist Dave Ware, you can see more great Lego art on his site brickwares.com.
Lego NES. The original Nintendo Entertainment System done is tiny Lego’s! This was created by Chris McVeigh, check out his Flickr page, he does a bunch of vintage tech out of mini Lego’s like old Macs, Atari’s, and even Polaroid cameras!
Lego Totoro. This Totoro is pretty rad. I like how they used the Lego’s studs on the outside, makes him textured like he’s hairy.
Lego Ellen’s Selfie. The last Academy Awards, host Ellen Degeneres took a selfie with the celebrity crowd. The famous pic is recreated with Lego’s! Created by Iain Heath, he did an amazing job positioning everything to look like the original.
Lego Stormtrooper. It is literally not a proper Lego InterNERD without Star Wars! This Stormtrooper mosaic is great, I love the background too with the TIE Fighter.
Lego Space Ghost. A little different since this one isn’t a sculpture or a mosaic piece, but this is a custom painted minifig of Space Ghost! Created by DeviantArt’s Digger318 check out more custom painted Lego guys in his gallery.
Lego Stay Puft. The Ghostbusters’ baddie Stay Puft Marshmallow Man! This is another San Diego Comic Con 2014 exclusive that Lego themselves built and will be on display at the con.
Lego CubeDudes. These are the best! I have been seeing his work around for awhile, now I found the source. Created by the talented Angus MacLane, the little Lego guys he creates are coined CubeDudes. MacLane is an animator at Pixar, so I imagine him making these in his free time at his desk! Check out his albums on his Flickr, I picked a bunch to showcase, really I could have picked a whole lot more!
Good day everyone, it’s InterNERD time! We have done FOTI Lego Art, Part 2, Part 3, and now a fourth installment. It is always fun to dive into the tiny building block known worldwide. Here is the coolest, nerdiest Lego art I found on the InterNERD.
Lego Captain America. Sometimes the simpler is more. This was created by Lego artist Chris McVeigh, check out his site for more amazing work!
Lego Koopa Troopa. This red shell Koopa from the Mario universe actually looks like he fits in the real world, kinda blowing my mind.
Lego Han Solo. Amazing pixelated Lego work here! I think the new Star Wars is going to inspire a whole new generation, it’s going to literally take over everything.
Lego Terminator. Aaah Skynet is real! Better dismantle this piece quickly.
Lego Beaker. One of my favorite Muppets! This Beaker was created by Lego artist Eric Hunter, check out his site LeGogh for more amazing work.
Lego Wall-E. The adorable Pixar robot here in all his Lego glory.
Lego Calvin and Hobbes. The beloved classic comic strip looks great in Lego!
Lego Predator. The Predator still looks deadly with the minimal Lego look. This one is pretty rad.
Lego Bart and Milhouse. Haha, these Lego sculptures are pretty much “life-size.” We featured a Homer is the fist Lego Art, so it’s fitting these 2 join him.
Lego Gameboy Transformer. Dude! This one is incredible! Created by Julius Von Brunk, he made a Nintendo Gameboy out of Lego’s that actually transforms. Check out this gallery for even more pictures of the transformation!
Thanks for tuning in. Man Lego has become so popular, the little brick company is now a juggernaut to be reckon with!
So many Lego’s, now I want to build something! Back To The Future Lego’s are on the horizon, Lego has become a big part of pop culture. If you have an awesome pic of a Lego masterpiece you found or did yourself, share them with us! Contact [email protected] or share thru our Facebook page. Tune in next week to get your nerd fix!