Surfing is already pretty rad, but combined with hot rods you end up with something totally tubular! Andrea Lattanzio has made a gnarly scene that makes me want to go hit the waves with a bunch of bros. Then I remember that I don't speak like a surfer dude and don't have a hotrod. At least I know I won't become shark food, right?
My old pal Kevin Ryhal, aka M<O><O>DSWIM, has come up with a truly unique mash-up! He's been creating all sorts of cool combos over the years, from Steampunk Gundams, to Darth Skeletor. But I just looked through his photostream to make sure. This is the first time he's gone for three genres in one. "Jarvis-san, bring the boilers to full power!"
I'm not sure if there's a name for the style with which ZiO Chao built this lovely Golden Gate Bridge, but I love it. It's the closest thing I can imagine to building a painting - like a mosaic, but with more detail, and more notably, true depth. The result is a unique piece of brick art that I imagine would look great in a frame.
Space. More specifically shipping stuff around in Space. These beautiful containers by Matt Rowntree just ooze class. I think they have a truly universal (see what I did there!) feel, easily at home in the gritty realm of Aliens or Star Wars, as well as the clinical world of 2001. Gonna have a go at some of these myself.
You may or may not know that I love trains. Big trains, little trains and Lego trains And most of all I love Lego trains in larger scales. This 750mm Narrow Gauge Locomotive from grubaluk described as a Lok 24 of the Jagsttalbahn is just lovely. Built in the old Home Maker scale and full of great detailing, especially around the boiler and the pistons, I would happily give this a home on my railway. I hope that this inspires train builders to create in larger scales!
In light of the immense resurgence of Pokémon this past summer, Carson Hart set himself a goal to build all 151 of the original Pokémon, and he's done quite a good job of it. You might have to squint on some of the smaller models, but a lot of them came out looking really spot-on, like his great Charizard, Lapras, and so on.