Boxtography is a term we like to apply specifically to photography of boxes of various LEGO sets, and clones. It is closely related to “bricktography” and “legography”, but rather than pictures of minifigures (and sets) we present to you pictures of boxes it came with, particularly unopened ones – those gathering dust under your bed.


Wow, the box looks amazing!

The best thing since sliced bread. Good job, LEGO!

In this post: LEGO X-Men vs The Sentinel 76022, Exo-Force Uplink, Ryo, Batman, Flash, not Emmet, not Benny, Iron Man, War Machine, Gingerbread Man, Lady Robot, Peter Parker, City minifigures





Vignettes are like the haiku of the LEGO world. Usually built on a base 8 studs wide by 8 studs deep, vignettes show a little scene or a moment in time. But like written poetry, there’s plenty of variation on the basic theme.

-from brothers brick

My First Vignette : Batman Climbs in a Black Hatch Cover*

my first vignette #lego

*unfortunately, micromanagers were harmed during this shoot


Included in this shoot: decapitated Micromanager from Lego Movie Metalbeard Set 70807, Sheng Yuan Batman Minifig

What If Darth Vader Quit The Dark Side? #MayTheFourth


It’s May the Fourth, Star Wars Day! This year, talk turns to the continuation of the Star Wars saga with a new trilogy (Episode VII to IX), picking up on the story after the Galactic Empire was defeated.  A lot of stories had already been written about what happened after, but now word is the new trilogy rewrites all of it!

It’s time then to speculate on alternate endings.  What if Darth Vader had decided to quit the Dark Side before the end, what would we find him doing?  Read on for more …

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