Sheo. has produced numerous creations with an interesting style to them. To me, they're examples of LEGO modern art pieces. This model, simply captioned "Headache," is quite interesting to think about after knowing the name of the creation. Perhaps this is really what's going on when our heads begin to hurt? A very interesting MOC to display, for sure!
(No LEGO elements were harmed in the making of this build)
Drip, drip, drip. . . Andreas Lenander made this lovely little piece of art, depicting something that should only happen in a nightmare...your LEGO melting. The dripping effect is executed nicely, and I like how one of the brick's studs has slid down the side. A very creative build!
Here at BrickNerd, we like to occasionally look back at past creations from the community. . .Especially when it includes seeing your favorite troublemaking birds made out of LEGO. To me, it seems that the popular Angry Birds has still remained so to this day. Waaaaay back in 2012, Iain Heath created perfect little models for 3 of the iconic feathered beasts and 1 green ball of bacon. Now all we need is a slingshot and some wooden planks...
Builder Steve Guinness doesn't just stick to the ABS. Here are a couple of pics of his take on the traditional minifig, but in wood. These wonderful woody figs are a foot tall, so perhaps maxifig is more appropriate? Steve's day job is a teacher of Craft, Design, & Technology. I remember that back in the day we called it Woodwork; then it became Resistant Materials (I was one of those resistant materials myself, but that's another story). Now it's CDT and Steve is rather good at it. I like the way the grain on the soldier's shako and face matches up. Click through for more figures, including a spaceman and a Unikitty.