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Lamborghini Centenario - Picture Special

This incredible-looking car is a Lamborghini Centenario, built to celebrate the 100th Birthday of Ferruccio Lamborghini, and based on a 760bhp version of the V12-engined Aventador supercar. 96 more words



We thought that Febrovery had every possible base covered by now, but Flickr’s Galaktek has managed to find a roving niche as yet unfilled. And now we think about it, it’s an obvious one too. 61 more words


Coming Up Trumps

Flickr’s vehicle-building society LUNuts are very on-topic right now, with their current monthly building contest taking in all things dystopian.

Previous bloggee Lino Martins’ entry pays homage the bleak dystopian masterpiece ‘1984’, which contains absolutely no similarities with the current state of U.S politics. 76 more words


Duplo in Space

This year’s Febrovery is almost at an end, with rovers of all shapes, sizes and designs hitting the interweb over the last four weeks. Flickr’s Brian Grissom is sure to take home the ‘Nice Parts Usage’ Award (which we’ve just made up) with his effort, which has taken Duplo-building to another planet. 20 more words


New York Toy Fair 2017: LEGO - Batman, Marvel, Pirates, Disney, Ninjago, Technic, Boost, and more

This is all of the awesome things I saw at the LEGO booth at a special private event. From the LEGO Batman Movie, Guardians of the Galaxy 2, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Pirates of the Caribbean, Disney’s Moana, DC Super Hero Girls, Minecraft, Ninjago, Technic, their children’s coding line, Boost and more!


Na Na, Na Na, Na Na, Na Na...

Wow, I can’t believe I left you all alone for the whole weekend with no warnings or comments of why I would be gone! I feel awful. 444 more words


Get a Grip: Enter the Goblins...Can They Hold Their Own?

After a year exploring the relationships between the Elves and Dragons, 2017 sees the arrival of Emily Jones’s cousin Sophie.  Sophie is captured by the Goblins, and for further details, I suspect we will need to watch the Netflix LEGO® Elves Series. 646 more words