flickr and Eurobricks user jth781 has put together an amazing MOC made up of past LEGO City Police Stations.
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If you haven’t been to your local LEGO store lately, the Alien Conquest sets are available, at least in Texas. Jason has picked up one of the smaller sets, the 7049 Alien Striker (Brickset) and I’m looking at a few mid-range. Alien Conquest themed MOCs have started appearing, such as … Read more
Tomorrow is a big wedding if you haven’t notice, and to celebrate the royal wedding, here are some LEGO MOCs that focus on the soon-to-be- royal couple and the setting for the wedding. The first in our little feature is a very impressive build from the LEGO folks themselves. LEGOLAND … Read more
“Captain Spaulding” has put together one heck of an Atlantis-themed MOC for Contest L13 on the French Brickpirate forums. While it may not resemble the formal Atlantis divers and vehicles/settings found in the Atlantis sets, you will find plenty of parts from the various Atlantis sets. If you look at … Read more
LEGO maybe retiring the Space Police line for the time being, in favor of the upcoming Alien Conquest, but that’s not stopping people from putting out their own creations. While some like to go for the complex and outlandish, others go for a more simple/streamlined view, which I prefer. Eurobricks … Read more
I meant to post this earlier last month, but didn’t have a chance to. It’s probably already been taken down or will soon be taken down, but this was one of the Christmas/Santa displays at the Austin, Texas LEGO Store in the Barton Creek Mall. You’ve actually already seen part of this – it’s in the header of MostlyBricks.com. The photos aren’t the best – they were taken with a phone, through glass which was reflective due to the lighting, but you should be able to get the general idea.
It’s not as themed to the region as the Santa display at the Houston Galleria but it’s much more detailed and much larger.