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Some of the Most Extraordinary Lego Builds Ever!

Lego fans behold! Beautiful LEGO is a new book curated by Mike Doyle featuring 200 pages of some of the most amazing Lego projects ever made. From a collection of cupcakes and popsicles (my fave) to an elaborate haunted house, this book covers the intricate and elaborate builds ever made. “Every year this stuff gets more and more intricate and the technique gets better”, says Doyle, a Lego artist himself. Check out a few samples below, and more info about the book can be found at nostarch.com.

  • Cupcakes + Creamsicles 1 of 7
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    One of my faves, makes me want to build a Lego cake!

    LEGO Treats (2010). By Eric Constantino.

  • Apple Lego 2 of 7
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    A clever build inspired by the Mac.

    Hello (2013). By Chris McVeigh.

  • Blue Jay 3 of 7
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    An amazing creation perched on a post.

    Bradley the Blue Jay (2012). By Thomas Poulsom.

  • A Haunted House 4 of 7
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    This one is created by Mike Doyle, the author of Beautiful Lego. This image can also be purchased as a piece of wall art.

    Victorian on Mud Heap (2011). By Mike Doyle

  • A Perfect Westie 5 of 7
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    A super-cute take on the beloved dog breed.

    Westie (2012) by Huang Shin-Kai

  • Polaroid 6 of 7
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    A cute replica of the Polaroid.

    By the Arvo Brothers.

  • Beautiful Lego Bookcover 7 of 7
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    Beautiful Lego from No Starch Press is available at nostarch.com.

Article Posted 2 years Ago

 

 

Lego fans will behold!  Beautiful LEGO is a new book curated by Mike Doyle featuring 200 pages of some of the most amazing Lego projects ever made.  From a collection of cupcakes and popsicles (my fave) to an elaborate haunted house, this book covers the intricate and elaborate builds ever made. “Every year this stuff gets more and more intricate and the technique gets better”, says Doyle, a Lego artist himself.  Check out a few samples below, and more info about the book can be found at nostarch.com.

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