Young or old, almost everyone loves Lego. If you admit it or not, you do. For the few that have never played or built with Lego, perhaps they won”t understand the draw that Lego can have, but I am sure they will appreciate the art and the skills of the builders from these sites.
These sites are amazing sources of inspiration and ideas, that will fill you full of creativity. I especially like the sites that offer a little touch of wit.
Description : Sean is a full-time artist who works exclusively with LEGO bricks. He has produced commissions for galleries, museums, television, publications, celebrities, and companies like Google, ABC, Mazda, JP Morgan Chase, ELLE, and FAO Schwarz.
Nathan Sawaya – The Art of the Brick
Description : Some artists use paint, others bronze – But for Nathan Sawaya he chooses to build his awe-inspiring art out of toy building LEGO bricks.
Description : MOCpages welcomes anyone who loves LEGO toys! The community includes children, teens, adult hobbyists, LEGO company employees, LEGOLAND employees, artists that use LEGO as a medium, engineers that use LEGO as a robotics platform, and more! Great site.
The Brothers Brick
Description : The Brothers Brick is a LEGO blog for adult fans of LEGO. They started out back in 2005 featuring mainly minifigs, today they highlight the best LEGO creations of every type from builders around the world.
Lego is Fun
Description : A great blog showcasing fantastic models from people of all ages.
Description : What is a vignette? In the context of LEGO building, this is a scene built on a small (usually 6×6 or 8×8) platform. Vignettes are meant to capture a small slice of life.
Description : This blog is focuses on highlighting great microscale LEGO creations. These are creations that are smaller than minifig scale.
Description : Classic-Castle.com are committed to providing you with all the resources for building not only castles, but all sorts of creations ranging from farms and livestock, to magical towers and beasts.
Description : TwinLUG is a group of adult LEGO enthusiasts who get together regularly to share ideas, trade parts, and generally be a part of the larger worldwide LEGO community.
Description : Custom Mini Fig is dedicated to Lego Minifig customization, it was created as a fan site and a catalogue of the best and most innovative custom minifig designs based on the original Lego Minifig.
The Brick Testament
Description : The Brick Testament is the largest, most comprehensive illustrated Bible in the world with over 3,600 illustrations that retell more than 300 stories from The Bible. All the illustrations are built with Lego (honestly).
Description : TechnicBRICKs blog is intended more to spot on LEGO TECHNIC theme news and developments, rather than new sets reviews and users creations.
LEGO Block Block
Description : A simple blog showcasing amazing models and creations.
Description : You will find all styles of Lego creation here, vignettes, custom minifigs…amazing.
Brick Town Talk
Description : This blog has been inspired by the Lego model Cafe Corner, it is a showcase of creations and designs build in the same style, creating its own small town.
Description : Part of the goal of this site is to offer a less formal way of exploring fun LEGO models online. Not exclusively for kids, but it does showcase worthy models made by those under the age of 18.
Description : This is the blog of a former Master Model Designer from LEGOLAND California. Great resource and inspiration.
Klocki – LEGO Bricks for Adults
Description : Klocki is a multilingual blog about the adult LEGO passion.
Description : The Brickish Association is a UK-based community of Adult Fans of LEGO (AFOLs).