Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Past, Present, Future

An interesting concept - the same house, in 3 different eras, set up as if it were a street.
from crises_crs's flickr photostream

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Tuesday, June 23, 2009


From marcosbessa's gallery.

Daddy and Son

marcosbessa's gallery.

Monday, June 22, 2009

Fire Brigade @ Brickworld

Is it just me - or do these photgraphs make the colours look even better than the first pictures we saw.

from zephyr1934's gallery.

Ole Kirk's House

From barman's Gallery.

Market Street available again in Europe!

10190 Market Street is available again from Shop @ Home in Europe. Unfortunately I can't say the same about the American Shop @ Home.

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Sunday, June 21, 2009

Vending Machine

By AT94

Thursday, June 18, 2009

Red House

Built by Marcin ImpreSariO over at Flickr, this building features some nicely hand made windows along with a great first floor facade. It's a great addition to any Cafe Corner set up. Nice work!

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Extra Floors

Monday, June 15, 2009

Bell Tower

More Detail of the Roof

From brucewaynelego's gallery.

Monika Building

A simple building designed by Flickr member Pepper Ronni. The brick built letters and the simple design make it a nice addition to any street set up.

Sunday, June 14, 2009

Fire Brigade

We have an announcement! Here's the official word from LEGO:

10197 – Fire Brigade

Ages 16+. 2,231 pieces.
US $ 149.99; CA $ 199.99, UK £ 97.85, DE € 149.99
Build an authentic vintage fire station!
Ding ding ding! There’s a fire in town! The fire brigade drives to the scene from this detailed and realistic 1930’s fire station. Designed to fit with other modular buildings like 10182 Café Corner and 10185 Green Grocer, the station features rare LEGO® pieces and innovative construction techniques. It includes a ‘30s-style fire truck, 4 minifigures, a fire-dog, an opening station garage door, and a removable building roof for interior access. It also includes 2 fully-furnished floors with fire-fighting tools, racks for the firemen’s helmets, fire-pole, ping-pong table, kitchen with fully-stocked fridge, couch, bookshelf and a roof with a water tower and bell. Measures 14″ (35 cm) high and 10″ (25 cm) wide.
  • Includes a 1930’s-style fire truck, 4 minifigures and a fire-dog!

  • Features lots of realistic details including fire-fighting tools, racks for firemen’s helmets and even a fire-pole!

  • The station house features an opening station garage door and 2 fully-furnished floors including a kitchen with fully-stocked fridge and a ping-pong table!

  • Remove the roof for interior access!

  • The roof is equipped with a water tower and bell!

  • Fire Brigade features rare LEGO elements including bricks and plates in dark tan, 1×1 dark red tiles, a red hot dog and the 3×6x5 Belleville® arch. It also features gold fireman’s helmets, a tan hand bag and a red sliding garage door!

  • Measures 14″ (35 cm) high and 10″ (25 cm) wide.

  • Add Fire Brigade to your LEGO® Town and combine it with other modular buildings like 10182 Café Corner and 10185 Green Grocer!

Here are some photos of the set released through the Ambassadors and now found in dunechaser's flickr photostream:
LEGO 10197 Fire Brigade
LEGO 10197 Fire Brigade
LEGO 10197 Fire Brigade
LEGO 10197 Fire Brigade
LEGO 10197 Fire Brigade
LEGO 10197 Fire Brigade


The Pictures are out...

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Fabulous Flower Shop

From mashikuf's Gallery.

Monday, June 8, 2009

Small Office Building

This is a great little creation by DARKspawn over at Flickr. The red and gray clash great together and the whole set up is simple, yet elegant.

And for those government people out there, you're represented as well with a brand new, shiny city hall with its own clock, pigeons, and satellite dish!

Great work DARKspawn!

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Cafe Corner Compatible Theater

By Nathan E.'s MOCpages gallery. As you can see, it has some amazing color mixing going on, especially with the new colored green and dark red. The architecture is also nice, not overly done like the sets, but yet beholds a nice realism to it.

Nice work, Nathan!