There are plenty of cool Minecraft texture packs that players can use to transform Mojang's blocky sandbox, but I think this one is my new favourite of the lot. MineBricks, created by Macio6 Productions, is a texture pack that turns Minecraft's classic blocks into Lego bricks.
Minecraft and Lego have joined forces in the past to create official physical Lego sets, but I love the (unofficial) pairing in reverse: turning Minecraft's grassy landscapes into vast fields of Lego bricks.
The texture pack is spot on, giving each block the iconic Lego cylinders. Not only that, but Macio6 has made the texture pack work with some of the most popular Minecraft shaders, including Sildur's Vibrant Shaders and SEUS Renewed, giving a spectacular plastic sheen to each and every brick.
Players can download MineBrick for free over on the texture pack's official website. The base download includes 128x and 256x resource pack resolution, but is also available in 512x and 1024x versions if you're willing to part with $5.
If you're after more eye-boggling projects created by the Minecraft community, someone has made gorgeous IRL Minecraft blocks that look cool as heck and a builder has recreated the entire Breath of the Wild map. In other news, Minecraft's most archaic server was brought to its knees by griefers which is pretty wild.