Here's a sneak peak inside bedrooms and other private places of the Legoland Hotel.
It took 180,000 Legos to recreate London's St. Pancras train station.
We're suckers for fan-made Lego tributes, but this functional Pip-Boy 3000 is easily one of the best ones ever created.
Give your fingers a rest and let this Lego paper airplane folder and launcher do all the work for you.
Luckily, this set isn't from long, long ago or a galaxy far, far away.
Linux support and beefed up hardware make the next generation of Lego Mindstorms the most versatile yet.
Lego builder Baron von Brunk has shared one of his most recent projects and it's a doozy: a working 5-foot NES controller made out of Legos!
For those of us who celebrate Christmas, the distinctly non-techie icons of the season have stood the test of time despite the forward march of digital culture. However, one inventive designer came up with a way to merge science fiction aesthetics with the upcoming holiday, resulting in one bad-ass Santa Claus.
Well, here's a difficult-looking trick we rarely see done with Lego: making an elaborate structure of blocks blossom up from a flat board like a pop-up book.
If there was ever a time to do a big-budget stop-motion Lego Batman movie, it's now. Right here's an enormous Batcave, built by two men. Standing shoulder to shoulder, as you'll see in the gallery below, their creation is wider than the both of them combined. Editor's Note: We'd like to give a shout out to this amazing tweet here, which immensely improves on our headline.