Watch this hunk of junk do the Legoland Run in under 12 parsecs. Well under. Plus first looks at the Miniland-scale X-Wing, AT-AT, and more. We definitely need to have a Gizmodo party at Legoland.
1979 was the beginning of Lego as we know it today, the year when they took over the world, the year of the Galaxy Explorer. I photographed all the classic models in my Lego trip. Here’s the never-released gallery.
Behold the biggest Lego aeroplane in the world, made after the largest passenger aeroplane in the world, the Airbus A380. Made at a 1:25 scale-2.9 metres long, 3.2-metre wingspan98 cms tall—the Lego A380 uses 220 pounds (100kg) of bricks. That’s a mindblowing 75,000 pieces in eight colours—