Top 10: Coolest Lego Creations

wmmattler February 3, 2010 7



Anyone remember Zack? Zack Zack he’s a Lego maniac? Well ole Zachariah has been outclassed by some heavy-duty people with too much time on their hands. These Lego creations ya are about to see are just out and out amazing. I wonder whatever happened to Zack and his Lego craziness? He probably discovered girls…. So anyway, here we bring you the Top10: Coolest Lego Creations!

10. Guitar Hero

This is a nice replica of a ’82 Legocaster made famous by Motley Crue in their video Dr. Stackgood. No seriously though, this guitar, like many other creations in this top10, is to scale.

9. Lego Giraffe

As I said, to scale folks. This huge giraffe no doubt took forever to build and who knows how many hot pockets and gallons of Mt. Dew were consumed during its construction. The mind is boggled at the sheer volume of bad for you food that went into this model.

8. Lego Mount Rushmore

This famous monument that has been Legoized (I own this word Sparky, back off) is a great example of that. The detail is impressive right down to Washington’s huge, drive-in movie lookin’ forehead.

7. Lego Cello

This cello is an interesting Lego creation. I like it! I’m just wondering something though, if these guys can build all this great stuff, could they build themselves a girlfriend? Maybe they already have…hmmmm.

6.  Lego PC

I love the detail on the tower and the realistic way the screen portrays most of Microsoft’s software; unreadable. Still, this one left me rubbing my eyes a bit can calling BS until I saw the mouse. Then I was a little disappointed.

5.  Lego Crazy Yellow Guy

I have no idea what the concept of this piece is. Since when did Lego become art? I’m willing to bet cash money a German did this one; it’s just that strange. We’re going to research this one and get back with you sometime soon.

4. Lego Converse All-Stars

The classic All-Stars shoe model by Converse fits perfectly as a Lego creation.

3. Lego Sports Arena

When it comes to creative Lego creations, the rule of thumb is the bigger the better. So, by the book, this small project turned out quite impressive.

2. Lego Formula 1

This might be the only way I would ever be able to afford a Formula 1 car. Since it is made out of Lego’s though I could probably afford the gas for it as well.

1. Lego Robot

This is astonishing. If you look closely you can recognize small parts from traditional Lego kits, but it’s the application. This guy may only be 4″ tall but he looked like he could kick your butt!

7 Comments »

  1. 555k555 April 21, 2010 at 11:24 am -

    I think the yellow guy is Nathan Sawaya. Same guy as the cello.

  2. wmmattler April 27, 2010 at 6:49 pm -

    Good deal man. Thanks for the head’s up and we will be adding in some stuff on Mr. Sawaya (If I didn’t piss him off too much) soon.

    • wmmattler May 7, 2010 at 8:49 am -

      Checked the link Michelle… AWESOME! I never saw that one. I guess I should get in good with the Lego cliq

  3. Marcel May 8, 2010 at 5:12 am -
    • wmmattler May 9, 2010 at 8:25 am -

      Good call Marcel. Despite being American (and Jeremy Clarkson -heh) I am a huge Top Gear fan…. I’ll see if I can retract and add in this amazing creation.

  4. kabhal October 9, 2010 at 3:31 am -

    I love the sport area ^^