I am always looking for patterns and trends. I can't help it. It is in the fiber of my deep code. Sometimes these trends mean something, sometimes they don't. Seeking these patterns I could not help but notice that with the huge influx of Doctor Who, and the success of Sherlock, that Cuusoo has a LOT of BBC related projects. What follows is a showcase of what can be found.
This is probably my favorite BBC Invasion project. It is a crime that this project has yet to reach 1000 support!
Now, Rifirofi has limited the content to a single set, as is appropriate for Cuusoo, but Rifirofi has a whole theme for Monty Python waiting in the wings for LEGO and Monty Python fans.
Rowan Atkinson is one of the great comedic actors of our time. Totally under appreciated in the US. Unfortunately there are no Black Adder projects but we do find Mr.Bean (which was not actually created for the BBC I have been corrected).
This set is a fun recreation of one of Mr.Bean's iconic sketches. Bonus - it meets one of the classic LEGO set "requirements", vehicle included!
Although I am a huge fan of animation, and have a few friends really into puppetry, I must admit that I am mostly unfamiliar with the Thunderbirds.
I am however intrigued by the wide variety of vehicles they have on Cuusoo. As they are re-launching the series in 2015, I assume we will be seeing a lot more Thunderbirds projects in the future.
This is a pretty clever LEGO tie-in. Kids (and adults) are always making crazy cars out of LEGO... so how about some actual crazy cars made of LEGO.
This one is so on the nose I had to include it! An article about the BBC project on Cuusoo including a LEGO version of the BBC Television Centre!
I really like the design of this building, very engaging. Dansquier did a fantastic job recreating some fascinating geometries.
So, where is the Red Dwarf?