Big Bubbles, No Troubles

Orion Pax takes a break from graffiti and shows us all how to properly use those Bionicle Balls …or Bionoballs in his nearly 100% LEGO creation.  He used non-LEGO to create the glass, but I think his indiscretion should be forgiven due to the sheer coolness of this.

I’d also add that I am a little upset about this one too.  Just last week, I was standing in the lobby of a Chinese restaurant waiting for my food and began noticing the candy machines and thought about how cool it would be to LEGOize one.  I hate being beat to the punch, but (again) I’ll let it slide.   …just this once.

I Had A Horrible Nightmare…

…but now I am safe and sound now. Back on the good old 27th floor.

That butthead, Ochre Jelly (Iain Heath) helps celebrate the 25th anniversary of Back to the Future with this  iconic and lovely, action-packed scene from the second installment of the series.   Its no secret that Iain is one of my favorite builders, and this vignette is a perfect example of why.  Along with capturing the mood and motion from the movie, he also just built a scene from BTTF II… this build just oozes awesome.  I tell you what, this thing is better than a screen door on a battleship!