I don't know enough about cyberpunk to speak with much authority about this impressive diorama by vitreolum, but I can appreciate it on so many levels I don't care. In addition to a great deal of nods to Phillip K. Dick and William Gibson, there's also pop culture and Hollywood references galore in this. Click through to give this a proper look, it's totally worth it.
I was unaware of this particular structure until this morning. One of the lovely benefits of being in a world-wide community of builders is learning about distant people, places and things. Construction started on this basilica in 1882, 100 years before I started high school, and it's STILL not done! For once a reference to the 80's that doesn't make me feel really old! Luckily this micro scale version by Swan Dutchman didn't take nearly as long.
For as long as there's been cars on the roads, there's been cars breaking down on the roads. And through those many, many years the means to rescue said broken cars has remained essentially the same, a tow truck. While there's been many types of tow trucks, of course the ones in the 50's had the most character, like this beautiful beast by redfern1950s2. It would almost be worth the repair costs just to see this baby in person doing what it was designed to do.
How could it possibly be that a monochrome empty room could be so compelling? That's the magic of primo building skills combined with excellent lighting and good photography. But then again I would expect nothing less from premiere space builder Legoloverman. I can't wait to see what will eventually occupy this glorious space.
Ah, the NERF gun. An icon of both childhood and the office. Pistach has made a fantastic rendition in brick. Orange Brick Separators, which seem largely useless aside from their intended purpose, are put to great use here. Now, where did I lose that foam dart...