D-BRICKS built a classic train station, which was all inspired from a trolley car. The station comes fully finished both inside and out, and is also complete with a birdhouse and string fence.
Gerald Cacas built a commissioned project of the Horsburgh Lighthouse, located in Singapore. I especially enjoy the construction of the receiving tower, which uses slanted red and white round elements to convey the tapering tower.
Birgitte Jonsgard is building quite the classic 1950's townscape. Her latest model is Gabe's Gas & Grease, right down the block from the infamous Swoosh Restaurant. In addition to the neat patterns details of the gas station I also enjoy the design of the vehicles.
Lia Chan designed an outstanding model of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, located in Dallas. The bridge was designed by Santiago Calatrava and consists of twisted white cables that support the structure. I can't imagine placing each of the white flex cables in the correct position!
FiliusRucilo built a gas station and taxi station. The most noticeable feature of the model is the oversize Octan figure, which eagerly greets vehicles as they fill their tanks.
michielvanmalk modeled a classic late 19th century train station. What makes this build remarkable is that is only uses pieces from the official LEGO Tower Bridge set.
With Spring in full swing what better time for Minifigs to feel the wind whip through their plastic hair by purchasing a brand new Ferrari. Ryan Link and Michel Van den Heuvel built separate Ferrari dealerships, each with their own unique design.