Tag Archives: minifig

Look Who’s Throwing a Post-Apoc Bash

Thrashq4g of BrickWarriors uses this awesome minifig, the Post Apoc Shaman, to reveal a few of the new post-apocalyptic themed accessories the company’s cooked up for this season. [MORE]

What Is There To Hunt In A Wasteland?

Dirks_Designs has created a fantastic Huntsman minifig outfitted with a fantastic custom fur coat. [MORE]

This Gives New Meaning to “Love – Love”

Hammerstein NWC has captured the action of a high-stakes tennis match with “Let’s Go Murray!” a dynamic sports-themed vignette. [MORE]

Vignettes So Super They Need No Vowels

-Rein Dionisio- has established on ongoing series of Lego Super Heroes Vignettes that are all simple yet powerful in their ability to pack in some pleasant surprises. [MORE]

(Bloodthirsty) Angels We Have Heard On High

-Tuminio- has let loose a host of Sanguinary Angels to make those who don’t fall in line with Heaven cringe. I’m clearly cringing and in awe of their beauty all at the same time. [MORE]

Don’t Wanna Be An American Idiot

*|dan|* has given this Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day minifig the iconic American Idiot makeover, ditching the sloppy Dookie era t-shirt and green hair for the Clash-esque inspired black dress shirt and red tie. Can you hear the sound of hysteria? [MORE]

Do You Like Me? You know…like me, like me?

Ka-GO wants you…to “Like” us on Facebook, so much so that we’re giving away an unopened Hulk minifig to one lucky fan. Awkward? Yes. Fun? Heck yeah. So go smash that “Like” button already. [MORE]

TO DO: End Slavery, Kill Vampires, Ride a Bear

RXWXDX‘s minifig version of Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter captures the spirit of the novel/summer movie of the same name with all sorts of LEGO style. [MORE]

The Tragic Tale of Michonne, Mike & Terry

brings us a brick build of Michonne from The Walking Dead, complete with a deceptively simple, haunting wooded landscape. [MORE]

Bo Shuda!!!

Orion Pax has fleshed out Jabba the Hutt’s throne room using the figs from 9516 Jabba’s Palace This serves as a great reminder of how far the LEGO minifig has come, largely due to the awesome customizing community. [MORE]