Tag Archives: Pixar

Febrovery Mash Ups

The fun festival of all things Lego, sci-fi and car-like that is Febrovery has started over on Flickr. These mash-ups of parts and stickers from LEGO’s Disney “Cars” license and old space themes from Frost really caught our eye. The pair of bonnets (hoods for American readers), wrapped around the rocket on the M:Tron design, are particularly good bit of NPU.

The group is already filling up with a wide variety of eccentric and sometimes useful looking vehicles from a wide variety of builders, many of whom are TLCB regulars. Click this link to the group to find out what’s going on.

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WALL-E

Lego Wall-E

Disney Pixar’s 2008 CGI smash is easily in the Elves’ top 10 films, despite it having no cars and no explosions. It does of course have one of their other favourite things; robots. WALL-E, the little tracked recycling robot whose story the movie follows, is one of the sweetest characters the Pixar wizards have created yet, and he’s perfect for recreating from the ultimate recyclable toy; LEGO.

David Hensel is the latest in long list of builders to give Disney’s creation a go in brick form, and we think his work shoots straight to the top of the pile. Available to view on Flickr and MOCpages, you can check WALL-E and his plant out via the links above. The Elves like it very much – it’s even renewed their vigour for recycling, and if they can recycle, anyone can.

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You’ve Got A Friend In Me?

Lego Mech Robot

Got wood? Nearly…

Uh oh… Lotso the evil pink bear has escaped from his ties to the front of the refuse truck, and now he’s mad. The slightly unhinged Gilcelio takes the Toy Story narrative a little further than Pixar intended with this Woody-Destroying Mech. See more on Flickr.

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I Shot The Sheriff…

But I didn't shoot the....

Henning Birkeland over on MOCpages loves the Ultimate Build “Cars” sets so much he decided to make his own. The Lego Car Blog Elves are so impressed they just had to share them. Henning first built the aptly named Red, the friendly fire engine, and now we have the not so friendly Sheriff. We hope to see more of these wonderful “Ultimate Builds” from this very talented builder as I’m sure you do too.

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