LEGOs inspire creativity in people of all ages, as evidenced by the fascinating creations on display at Brickworld 2010, which was held June 17-20, 2010 in Wheeling, IL. The event featured contests, games, shopping, building opportunities, and LEGO masterpieces.
The TechRepublic photo gallery of Brickworld 2010 features LEGO creations of a Terminator, Star Wars characters, a chess game, the Mona Lisa, spacecrafts, a drive-in (I think Spaceballs is the advertised movie), video game characters, milk and cookies, and much more.
You might also want to check out this video of a LEGO designer describing some of what went into working on the LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collector's Imperial Shuttle model.
(Thanks to Bill Detwiler for sending me this video.)
More LEGO fun on TechRepublic
- Video: Building the world's largest LEGO set
- Lego fans descend on BrickCon 2009
- A golden anniversary for Lego
- Inside the Legoland model shop
- A time capsule of computing
- At the Toy Fair, lots and lots of Legos
- Going for the Lego gold
- Lego lands in Redmond
- Insane Lego antics
- LEGO minifigs: The world's geekiest business card
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Mary Weilage is a Feature Editor for CBS Interactive. She has worked for TechRepublic since 1999.