6 Unconventional and Unique Uses for LEGO

by , 03/30/12


Leon Overweel, 14-year-old, drawing machine, PriNXT, lego printer

PriNXT is a Fun LEGO Printer

Built by a 14-year-old LEGO genius called Leon Overweel, PriNXT combines technology with the iconic colored blocks. Using three motors to control an attached marker pen, this fun drawing machine is a LEGO robotic tool.

St. Pancrass Train Station, Bright Bricks, LEGO christmas tree

LEGO Christmas Tree is a Massive Festivity Faux-Fir

Constructed by Bright Bricks, the only LEGO-certified professionals in the UK, LEGO Christmas sprouted last year at London’s St. Pancrass Train Station. Using 600,000 dark green miniature building blocks, it was built off-site and brought in during the night to surprise thousands of lucky expectations about to take a train to celebrate with their families.

I-Beam, Sean Kenney, Marks Residence, NYC apartment, pixelated apartment, LEGO stair railing, LEGO wall

Marks Residence is a Pixelated NYC Interiors from LEGO

Designed by local I-Beam and built by artist Sean Kenney, Marks Residence was created within a family home in a NYC apartment. Using 20,000 LEGO bricks and a lot of imagination, the new stair railing and wall is colorful, fun and a very unconventional design to live with.

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1 Comment

  1. a steve April 5, 2012 at 11:57 pm

    Let me have one!

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