35 Lego Mega Constructions You (Probably) Haven’t Seen Before

It’s pretty amazing how piles of colorful plastic bricks can build wonders when they are attached together. Lego was first introduced by Lego Group in 1949 and have been everyone’s favorite ever since.

preview 35 Lego Mega Constructions You (Probably) Havent Seen Before

What we are going to show you today are some Lego models you don’t get to see often, not available for purchase in the neighborhood stores for sure. They are complex, massive and definitely jaw-dropping. If you are a Lego fan, this is something you would not want to miss.

Here’s a collection of 35 incredible Lego Mega Construction, large in scale but built to its finest details. Full list after jump.

Kennedy Space Center
Occupying 1,506 square feet and made up of 750,000 lego bricks. This massive construction took more than 2,500 hours to build.

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The Designer and the Seven Deadly Sins

To err is human. No one is free from committing sin. The best we can do is to do our utmost to control ourselves from committing the same sins over and over again. There is no shame is making mistakes, only shame in repeating those same mistakes knowingly.

We are all susceptible to temptation and today’s article will take a look at the 7 deadly sins that designers are most likely to commit.

Deadly Sins
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The temptation might be great, but we can all rise above the temptations and avoid committing these sins. Knowledge is power, we hope that this article will shed some light on the sins designers often succumb to and be able to wise up and put a stop to making the same mistakes again.

7 Deadly Sins – A Designer’s Frailty at Its Worst

Welcome to the world of human frailty at its worst – the 7 Deadly Sins.

Sin creates [an inclination] to sin; it engenders vice by repetition of the same acts. This results in perverse inclinations which cloud conscience and corrupt the concrete judgment of good and evil. Thus sin tends to reproduce itself and reinforce itself, but it cannot destroy the moral sense at its root. Seguir leyendo “The Designer and the Seven Deadly Sins”

The 10 Stadiums of the 2010 World Cup

As a good Brazilian I’m a soccer lover, and as everyone should know I’m also an admirer of good architecture. In this case, as we are getting closer to the World Cup in Africa, I decided to make a collection showing the beautiful stadiums that were built for this event, which is certainly one of the biggest sportis events in the world.

I can say I’m already starting my stock of popcorn and Coca-Cola (and a little beer) to watch the games and of course honor the architecture of the stadiums that should serve as inspiration to us Brazilians for 2014. Many were still unfinished in the photos (taken from the site FIFA ) but they give us a good idea of what we can expect in terms of comfort and technology.

The 10 Staduims of the 2010 World Cup
Mapa dos estádios na África do Sul

Now prepare your sofas and warm the mood for the show which begins on June 11. But before that you should check it out where the teams will play in that list that I separated. Oh, be prepared, Robinho and Kaka will bring the Hexa from Brazil!

Green Point Stadium – Cape Town

One of the most artistic football venues in South Africa, the newly-built Green Point Stadium is situated in one of the much sought-after areas in the city of Cape Town. Green Point Stadium is one of the two semi-final venues for the FIFA World Cup™.

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