I enjoy photos where photographers use toy figures combined with real life things set in unique ways, especially when it is done well, like in this “May the Fourth be with you” commemoration. Because I am a geek like that… What is “May the Fourth”? Why, it’s Star Wars Day, of course! An unofficial holiday in May created by fans to honour the Star Wars franchise created by George Lucas. Like the millions of worldwide fans, I can hardly wait for Dec-2015!!

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Original photo credit: Rich Rogero (no editing)

Have I ever told you that Flickr is a geek’s paradise? Once in a while, you’ll see a photo on Flickr that represent the nerd in me. Like this one of some creative Lego by kwi-chang – I would buy this!! This reminds me of the gripping and highly-acclaimed Evangelion anime, and more recently Linebarrels (Click on the links to watch these anime right now). You know, in order to create this, one would have to be a Lego-maniac and have quite a big collection of bricks already. I wish I had his creativity. Remember, it’s best to see this photo on your PC or iPad, instead of your tiny smartphone!

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photo credit: kwi-chang

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photo credit: kwi-chang (‘shopped using Contour Drawing effect)

At this year’s tenth annual BrickCon, a convention for Lego hobbyists that took place between Oct. 6-7, 2012, two fans created a 20,000 piece Batcave!! I am always amazed at how creative people can be with their Lego, but this 100-pound masterpiece is on a higher level. Carlyle Livingston II, 48, and Wayne Hussey, 58, spent three months and 400 hours putting it together in their garage. Must click for larger resolution now!

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See the intricate cavern work and the bats!

Are you a retro gamer? An NES fan? 8-bit music fan? Nintendo fan? A Lego fan? This Video of the Day is an incredible stop motion animation that must be seen! It took 1500 hours of meticulously moving Lego bricks and taking photos of them by Swedish band Rymdreglage. They pay tribute to vintage Nintendo games in true 8-bit style. These guys are amazing!!

credit to rymdreglage

Side note: These guys posted a new video recently, but this one is something that caught my eye much more than the newer one, so it is an older video. I am sad that I hadn’t seen this sooner.

I’m a huge Back to the Future fan — This fan-created Lego set gets onomeister’s OMG drool Seal of Approval. Check out more photos of this fan creation HERE.

http://lego.cuusoo.com/ideas/view/96