New LEGO® pieces, set reviews, building techniques and brick model ideas
25 June 2019
Bricks & Pieces: Jonas’ Highlights - May 2019
My newest list of Bricks & Pieces highlights has been online now for two weeks but I never got around to writing something about it. But...
22 June 2019
75936 Jurassic Park T. rex Rampage: set review
We hope you've been enjoying the run of LEGO® Jurassic World articles we've published recently including two designer interviews ...
18 June 2019
LEGO® Jurassic World 2019: Designer interview with Marcos Bessa
In May we spoke to LEGO® designer Marcos Bessa who leads the LEGO Jurassic World design team. He ran us through the four new sets that tie ...
15 June 2019
75936 Jurassic Park T. rex Rampage: the new parts and minifigures
On Tuesday The LEGO Group announced the very first LEGO® Jurassic World D2C set, 75936 Jurassic Park: T. rex Rampage, and you already read ...
11 June 2019
75936 Jurassic Park T. rex Rampage: designer interview with Mark Stafford & Marcos Bessa
Just announced, 75936 Jurassic Park: T. rex Rampage is a new Direct to Consumer set (D2C, basically ‘the big ones for adults’) that has 3120...
6 June 2019
The 1x8x3 25° Slope
We were surprised by a large new piece that appeared in a LEGO® set recently, so we sent a copy to Ben Davies ( ProfessorBrickkeeper ) to c...
3 June 2019
LEGO® Apollo 11 Lander: Jamie Berard interview
At the Recognised LEGO® Fan Media Days event in Billund recently we spoke to Creator Expert Design Manger Specialist Jamie Berard who intro...
30 May 2019
LEGO® Creator Expert review: 10266 NASA Apollo 11 Lunar Lander
Revealed today, the spectacular LEGO® Creator Expert 10266 NASA Apollo 11 Lunar Lander comes with 1087 pieces, and will be available June 1...
22 May 2019
LEGO® Braille bricks
New Elementary are spending three days gathering news stories and interviews at the Recognised LEGO® Fan Media Days in Billund, Denmark (th...
2018 Bricks in Florence workshop: clockwork creations and moustachioed animals
Last November we attended Bricks in Florence Festival (BiFF), hosted by ToscanaBricks in Italy. We ran workshops with fan builders using ne...
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