Some Of The Best LEGO Uses More Than Just Bricks

Some Of The Best LEGO Uses More Than Just Bricks

We post a lot of LEGO stuff here on Kotaku, but most of it is variations of the garden variety, the kind you played with as a kid. We don't post nearly as much of the more advanced Lego Technic stuff, which is a bit of a shame considering how good some of it is.

Never mind! There's a new book out showcasing the work of some of the world's best Technic builders, including examples of their stuff and how they fit all their bricks and moving parts together.

It's being published by No Starch Press, and you can preorder it here (but you'll find some sample images below).

Some Of The Best LEGO Uses More Than Just Bricks
Some Of The Best LEGO Uses More Than Just Bricks
Some Of The Best LEGO Uses More Than Just Bricks
Some Of The Best LEGO Uses More Than Just Bricks
Some Of The Best LEGO Uses More Than Just Bricks
Some Of The Best LEGO Uses More Than Just Bricks
Some Of The Best LEGO Uses More Than Just Bricks
Some Of The Best LEGO Uses More Than Just Bricks
Some Of The Best LEGO Uses More Than Just Bricks

Comments

    The way I read the headline I expected them to have some non Lego pieces in the construction. I guess I didn't expect bricks to be meant literally.

    Dont you wish you could afford a hell of a lot of Lego?

    See this just annoys me, I am of the belief that is you have enough 'basic' lego blocks you should be able to make all of the possible Lego builds. I frown upon these specialty moulded pieces :(
    However I must admit, they are cool

    Last edited 28/10/14 12:00 pm

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