LEGO Australia celebrates its 50th birthday by creating the world’s largest LEGO set, thanks to Google Chrome. “Build” is an unlikely collaboration between the two giants that fuses WebGL with the latest in-browser graphics and Google Maps to allow users the virtual pleasures of creating, renovating and sharing their very own unique digital LEGO structures on a global platform. Start building and show your skills off to friends and family via email or Google+. You can build any and all impossible things here. The possibilities are infinite and mind blowing.
Graphic designer Katya Malkhova recreates the Matryoshka doll a new look with the Batman character. A cool designer toy to have on a coffee table or any surface really. Read more for another look.
A preview of Michael Lau next Gardener figure with inspiration from the well known Terry Richardson as seen once before a hand full years back. A release is set for March 1st with a tag of $699 HKD ($80 USD). You can purchase them here.
Fred Perry comes together with Medicom Toy to celebrate their 60 th anniversary with a Bearbrick collaboration. The bearbrick would be released on February 1st at select Fred Perry retailers.
Bape teams again with Medicom toys to produce a “Chogokin” bearbrick. You can purchase them here at the a Bathing Ape site.
Here is a closer look at the 12-inch figurine collaboration between Japanese labels UNDERCOVER and Medicom Toy. The two toys are designed after the hero UNDERMAN and his archnemesis, Piranoido. The characters are adorned with intricate details, as well as clothed with replicated pieces from the company’s Spring/Summer 2011 Collection. The duo is priced at $344 USD each, and can be purchased at Bricksworth and select UNDERCOVER stockists.