LEGO is probably not too happy about this. This custom LEGO Strip Club set was built by Citizen Brick. They don’t discriminate at this strip club, both male & female strippers are included. How much to get your hands on this one-of-a-kind collection? $275. Available to purchase here.
Enterbay is known for making realistic action figures, but none quite on this level. Known as the HD Masterpiece edition, a fake MJ has never looked so real. The action figure is 1/4th scale instead of their usual 1/6th. Look for the MJ toy to hit US retailers in the near future.
Instead of the traditional G.I. Joes that are toting around military issue weaponry, Dan Abramson has created these new Yoga Joes. That’s right, little green guys all in different yoga positions. There’s only a little bit of time left on their Kickstarter. Set of 6 available for $20, order here.
LEGO enthusiast Malte Dorowski is behind this beautiful Martini Porsche Racing Set. If you grew up playing with LEGOs you can appreciate how difficult and time consuming this type of project would be. The set features the full Martini International Racing Team including the Porsche 911 Carrera RSR 2.1 Turbo, 935/76 Turbo, 935/78 Moby Dick, 936/77, Volkswagen T1 and Ford C-Type. The detail on the cars is crazy impressive. Check out the set below.
LEGO has been on a role lately. The toy company is following up the release of their Simpsons set with this new Ghostbusters set. LEGO is producing the Ghostbuster set as a celebration of the franchise’s 30th anniversary. It will include the Ecto-1, the team’s classic vehicle, along with mini figure versions of Peter Venkman, Ray Stantz, Egon Spengler and Winston Zeddemore. The 508-piece set will also include their paranormal detection equipment, a tracking computer, and logo decorations.
Remember all the toddler poo and snot and barf that was caked in the ball pit at Chuck E. Cheese’s when you were a kid?
Here at SNEAKHYPE, we love anything that has to do with paint and high speed photography. Artist and Photographer Peter Schafrick covered children’s toys in paint and capture the images while they were in flight using High Speed Photography. The paint appears to be an extension of the toys as they fly through the air. Very dope.
Wow! I don’t even want to think about how long this took to put together. This full scale X-Wing (seen in Star Wars) is made from 5,330,200 LEGO bricks. Over 5 million! It weighs over 45,000 pounds, and if you really want to know it took 32 builders 17,336 hours (around 4 months) to complete it.