Another thing that fascinates me is what people can make with Legos. I never really got into them when I was a kid. I’m sure that I had a set of them, but after you step on a Lego in bare feet (or a Weeble, for that matter), the toy loses it’s charm.
But as an adult, I scour websites looking for stuff made out of Legos. Today I found a site showing Awesome Lego creations that I wanted to share with you. One of my favorites is this here Linux penguin sitting next to the computer. Boy, I wish I had that on my desktop and I run Windows.
For some reason anything related to Star Wars is big with the Lego artists. Check out the Han Solo in carbonite which took 10,000 bricks and nearly three months to complete. Amazing!
I have a subscription to Lego Magazine, but I can guarantee you it’s purely for toy porn. There’s no way I’d ever be able to create anything out of the bricks. I just love looking to see what other’s can do. Call me a Lego voyeur if you will. It’s OK. I don’t mind. I know what I like and why I like it.
Someday I’ll get to visit Lego Land California. But until then you’ll find me surfing the ‘net ooohing and ahhing over the amazing things people can build with these little plastic bricks known as Legos.