Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Occupation Photos

Last week I posted the challenge to create your dream job out of LEGO. Here are the super cool occupations that are in your future!

by Tehana, age 9, Waikato, New Zealand.

This is my fashion studio with dressmakers table and material in my cupboards to make my world famous fashion designs.

by Shannon, age 9, California, USA.

This is me as a scientist. Right now I’m experimenting on an alien.

by Cleary, age 10, California, USA.

I want to be a computer programmer. I am making Lego Universe Three!

by Nicholas, age 12, Connecticut, USA.

This is a diorama of a paleontological dig site. On the far side of the baseplate, a paleontologist is digging up fossils with his pickaxe. He has a GPS to mark the location, a mug of coffee, and a fish frying on a portable griddle. The paleontologist to the right is coating the fossils with cloth soaked in plaster for shipping and putting them in crates. The paleontologist to the left is carrying the crates to their jeep so they can take them to the lab. In the jeep is a rifle for protection from wild animals.

by Alexander, age 5, Connecticut, USA.

There is a policeman in a boat and there is a robber in a motorcycle and there is another policeman and he is on a skateboard. And there is some road signs. The robber is stealing a golden goblet and a $100 bill. And there is a cliff in the water and there is a girl walking on the street.

by Jada, age 5, Indiana, USA.

When I grow up I want to be a ballerina teacher. This is my stage.

by Rachel, age 7, Indiana, USA.

This is my McDonald's. I made it because I want to be a McDonald's manager when I grow up.

by Caleb, age 10, Indiana, USA.

It is me painting a picture. I really want to be an artist when I grow up.

by Kaden, age 10, Ohio, USA.

When I grow up I want to be part of the military and be a veteran. My plan B is to be a game designer.

by Natalie, age 7, New Zealand.

I pretended there was a crash and the ambulance came to pick up the injured person as I would like to be a nurse.

by Billy, age 8, New South Wales, Australia.

This is a lego computer. I will be a computer programmer when I grow up.

by Michael, age 8, Pasco, Washington, USA.

This man is an architect. He is building something I would like to be an architect when I grow up.

by Ashley, age 7, Florida, USA.

This is a store me and my friend are going to have. The cool Everything Store is full of all your LEGO needs. From plants to pictures, the Everything Store's got it all. The man with the beard is selling pictures and sculptures for so-low prices. The girl with flowing black hair (not shown) is giving way cool clothes and wigs for the right amount of money. The young lady with gray-blond hair is selling every piece of hardware the dads want for OK prices. A real good plant store, excellent plants- and for prices low as you can go! (You can purchase these anywhere in the Store.) Everyone loves it-even the shopper lady with a brown helmet! She's got the cart. A young man has just come out of the plant section. He got a gorgeous fern for 98 cents! There are a little bit of the Everything Store - 99 cents or less - near you!

by Ryan, age 5, Missouri, USA.

This is a work building. The guy that is working there has the lightsaber so that robbers don't rob the bank. My dad works at a bank.

by Bridger, age 8, Kansas, USA.

On this picture I have someone flying an airplane, and a farmer planting a field - he has part of it growing but he has a most of it is dirt. In the corner, I have two people building a house, and in the center is a guy at a desk which resembles someone working at a bank. I want to do all these things and more when I grow up.

by Drake, age 6, Kansas, USA.

They are building a house. One person is pushing a wheelbarrow, and the other guy is sticking something that holds a wheel on.

by Joelle, age 4, Arizona, USA.

It's a lighthouse! I want to be a lighthouse keeper.

by Aaron, age 6, Arizona, USA.


by Christopher, age 6, Texas, USA.

This is a house. I want to build things like an architect.

by Lily age 7, Tennessee, USA.

I want to have a store of my own when I grow up. There are going to be fruits and vegetables and a lot of customers are going to come.

by River, age 9, Tennessee, USA.

I am going to be a famous racer. My fast car, Mystery Machine, is worth a lot of money. It goes faster than a comet.

by Emma, age 7, Texas, USA.

A veterinarian taking care of animals.

by Isaac, age 12, Texas, USA.

A band of body guards.

by Carolyn, age 7, Cambridge, Ontario, Canada.

I want to be a Mummy when I grow up. This is me cooking blueberry pancakes for my family in my frying pan, with my spatula.

by Victor, age 5, Cambridge, Ontario, Canada.

I want to be a transport truck driver when I grow up. These are the trucks I built, no one helped me, for me to drive.

by West, age 5, Encinitas, California, USA.

I want to be a scientist. I am pouring vinegar into something to make a volcanic reaction so it will erupt.

by Ezekiel, age 6 and Titus, age 4, Indiana, USA.

We want to be police officers when we grow up. We want to arrest bad guys and put them in jail!

by Gabriela, age 9, Indiana,USA.

I want to be a fashion designer when I grow up!

by Joey, age 11, Myerstown, Pennsylvania, USA.

He wants to be a rollercoaster designer.

by Owen, age 8, New Jersey, USA.

Owen says he might want to run a pizza shop or be a construction worker. So he combined the two and here’s a pizza shop that he constructed.

by Mikey, age 8, Kennewick, Washington, USA.

Mikey wants to be President of the United States, there is a lava lamp and a mug of Mountain Dew on his desk.

by Nicole, age 11, New Jersey, USA.

My inventor with his inventions!

Monday, April 18, 2011

Occupation - Quest # 39

What would you like to do when you're older? How do you imagine yourself spending your days?

Create the job of your dreams out of LEGO.

Here are the cool dream jobs kids from all over the world created for this challenge.

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Wearable LEGO Photos

Here are all the fantastic design solutions that came in for the Wearable LEGO challenge.

by Chris, age 12, Kennewick, Washington, USA.

I wanted to make something I didn't think anyone else would do, so I decided to make a classic disguise.

by Owen, age 8, New Jersey, USA.

Here we have the latest creations from the ever inspiring designer, Owen C. Owen is looking dashing in his Post Industrial Pseudo Ben Franklin sunglasses and ultra thin Techno Tread tie. No worries about time, he’s got his mega cool LEGO Timex on his wrist.

His lovely sister is modeling the newest in lady’s fashions by Owen. Here she is sporting a kicky Rainbow Barrette and a three karat Power Miner Jewel ring with Techno Tread band.

by Cassie, age 9, Kennewick, Washington, USA.

I'm on the LEGO phone with the person who made my LEGO sandal saying, 'I really enjoyed the first sandal you sent me, but I think I need another one.

by Ashley, age 7, Florida, USA.

This is my Lego watch.

by Cambrie, age 13, Ontario, Canada.

by Kaleb, age 11, Ontario, Canada.

Climbing & Exploring Kaleb.

by Sophie, age 6, Saskatchewan, Canada.

I made a crown for my Lambie.

by Thaliya, age 7, Makwa, Saskatchewan, Canada.

This is a princess crown with jewels, and a bracelet with a pearl and a purple diamond on it!

by Fin, age 6, Guelph, Ontario, Canada.

Wearing Lego rings.

by Sylvan, age 2, Guelph, Ontario, Canada.

Wearing a Lego shoe.

by Jenna Kate, age 6, North Carolina, USA.

This is a shirt you can wear with armholes and a neck.

by Jason, age 8, North Carolina, USA.

A shirt and pants.

by Jedd, age 6, Adelaide, South Australia.

A shop of hats for people to wear. There are people on the checkouts and cars in the carpark outside.

by Aaron , age 6, Tucson, Arizona, USA.

This is Jet Pack Cat. It flies everywhere it goes. Did you notice the flames shooting out the back of the jet pack?

by Elijah, age 9, of Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA.

Sunglasses and a gun.

by Anna, age 9, Midwestern USA.

Gun & Holster.

by Shannon, age 9, California, USA.

A mask.

by Cleary, age 10, California, USA.

A bow tie

by Jeffery, age 11, Torrington, Wyoming, USA.

A pair of glasses.

by Lauren, age 11, New South Wales, Australia.

A flat cap.

by Ezekiel, age 6, Indiana, USA.

I made x-ray vision glasses!

by Gabriela, age 9, Indiana, USA.

I made a tiara. My stuffed elephant is wearing it, because it doesn't fit me.

by Marley, age 8, New Brunswick, Canada.

A roller skate.

by Tansy, age 5, New Brunswick, Canada.

A bracelet.

by Haley, age 6 and Mikey age 8, Kennewick, Washington, USA.

A dress (left) and a baseball cap (right).

by Victor, age 5, Cambridge, Canada.

Running shoe.

by Carolyn, age 7, Cambridge, Canada.

Bracelet and Cinderella's glass slipper.

by Jaden, age 10, West Richland, Washington, USA.

I know this is kind of late for St. Patrick's Day, but we found this leprechaun in the kitchen and it turns out that he had lost his hat. So, I built a LEGO hat for him. Plus, he gives us M&Ms out of his side!

by Sarah, age 6, North Carolina, USA.

I made 4 pairs of earrings. I like earrings so I made these.

by Luke, age 9, North Carolina, USA.

This is me wearing a red sweatshirt and pants.

by Rachel, age 10, North Carolina, USA.

This is a beautiful sundress. On the upper right corner is a jewelry box filled with a bracelet and and a pair of earrings.

by Tom, age 8, Haysville, Kansas, USA.

It is a secret weapon. You take off the top, and then take out the front, and then it shoots a laser. Well, that is what would happen if it actually worked.

by Alden, age 7, New Bedford, Massachusetts, USA.

This is a Lego watch and the time is 12:35.

by Michael, Pasco, Washington, USA.

I made a man with a top hat.