I absolutely loved building detailed and intricate LEGO structures as a child. I could spend hours sitting and creating the little builds, and I still hold those memories dear to my heart. I’m sure most of us have nostalgic and heartwarming memories associated with LEGO blocks from our childhood, as well as the not-so-heartwarming ones of stepping on them with our feet and feeling an insane amount of pain shoot up our legs. But nowadays LEGO is no longer considered child’s play. Master builders and LEGO enthusiasts all over the world have been creating impressive LEGO builds, and we’ve curated a few of our favorites for you!
1. LEGO Popcorn Machine
This charming LEGO Popcorn Machine is built by Dimexart, and created entirely using LEGO blocks! The build brings to mind the image of the iconic popcorn machines you typically see in movie theaters. The machine features a glorious retro-style theme and is built using 955 pieces. Interestingly, even the popcorn is made from LEGO blocks!
2. LEGO A-frame Cabin
The iconic A-frame cabin is one of the most appealing and visually memorable home styles since its inception in the 1950s. And LEGO user Norton74 beautifully captured the essence of the A-frame cabin with this adorable LEGO build. The LEGO cabin feels amazingly real, and features immaculately detailed insides, with every corner revealing something new.
3. The LEGO Ideas Tabletop Air Hockey
The LEGO Ideas Tabletop Air Hockey kit perfectly captures the fun and joy of slinging a puck from the left to right, as you attempt to score a goal while protecting your own post. There is no air involved in this build, and it is fan-made by LordFamousTulip100 and has garnered nearly 1000 votes on the global LEGO forum.
4. LEGO Miller’s Planet Scene
This iconic Miller’s Planet scene from the Interstellar movie was recreated by LEGO builder Minibrick Productions, and it features the ranger aircraft, astronauts Cooper and Brad, and the shapeshifting robots TARS and Case. Both McConaughey and Hathaway come outfitted in their space suits, while the robots have repositionable arms that let them walk like humans.
5. The LEGO® Jurassic World Dinosaur Fossils: T. rex Skull
The LEGO® Jurassic World Dinosaur Fossils: T. rex Skull (76964) is designed to be the first Jurassic World set intended for museum-like display. The 577-piece set consists of a T. Rex skull with an opening jaw, and a stand to display it. The unique build also comes along with an info plaque, an amber piece at the back, and a fossilized footprint.