Chris McVeigh, whom we featured a few times on GAS in the past, is back, and this time, the Canadian artist has created LEGO portraits of various characters from pop culture. You can check ‘em all out below or head over to Chris’s Facebook page to have a look at his whole portfolio. [Source: Chris […]
Here’s what the Mac looked like when it first arrived on the scene in 1984: And here’s what artist Chris McVeigh built from LEGO: Super-cool, eh?? [Source: Chris McVeigh | Via HiConsumption]
Chris McVeigh, also better known as Powerpig online, has just emailed me to let me know about his third annual Lego Build it Yourself projects for this holiday season. The first one went up today, and the next three are scheduled every six days (November 14, 20 and 26.) The project page offers various model […]
Zombies! Ruuuuuuuuun!!! [Source: Powerpig]
Every year it seems like the lights come out earlier. Returning from Thanksgiving festivities here in the US, we noticed that half of our street was illuminated wheras just days before had been absolutely typical. Bows and lights and garlands are just the beginning though; some people take their decorations way seriously. It’s not just […]
We’ve featured powerpig’s work a few time here on Geeks are Sexy in the past, and since he has a few new interesting pictures up on his Flickr stream, we’ve decided to show them to you, just because you know, they’re so cool. Since a lot of people seem to think that powerpig’s photos are […]
Humanity hangs in the balance as Optimus Prime and Megamunk fight in a battle to the death! [Via Flickr / Powerpig]
Photographed by geek extraordinaire and lego fan Chris McVeigh, here’s a picture of what Santa might look like if he’d exist in the Star Wars universe. Many thanks to Chris for giving us permission to post this pic on Geeks are Sexy! [Source: Flickr]
Chipmunks Meet Stormtroopers: It’s a trap!
Another great picture to be added to our previous post on Chipmunks and Stormtroopers. Kudos to Flickr user Powerpig for the great work!
Did you know that chipmunks are not native to planet Earth? In fact, they come from a very distant galaxy, and were encountered a long, long time ago by soldiers of an evil empire who used the docile mounts to roam around forested planets. Ok, ok, I just made that up. I thought it would […]