What’s more inspiring than a huge exhibit featuring two million LEGO bricks? Let’s join our newest contributor Christine for a tour of “Wonders of the World”, the latest show from LEGO Certified Professional Ryan McNaught (aka The Brickman).
Let’s take a detailed look at this premium Minifigure display case by iDisplayit, which is featured in The LEGO Storage Guide. Maybe it would be perfect for your collection.
The latest addition to the BrickHeadz theme gives you a chance to create your own BrickHeadz figures. It also includes a lot of useful parts in useful colors, making it a great parts pack. Let’s decide if you need one for your collection!
#21034 London is one of three LEGO Skylines released in 2017, featuring well known London landmarks like the Tower Bridge, Big Ben, and the London Eye. Let’s see how well the model captures these iconic buildings.
Can this “unofficial” LEGO set based on the iconic Capitol Records Tower in Hollywood match the quality of the official LEGO Architecture sets? Let’s find out!
The LEGO Ninjago Movie takes us back to bricks for our third LEGO Movie. It’s fun, but how does it stack up to the first two films…?
Paris is one of the most popular cities to visit, so it’s no big surprise that the latest addition to the LEGO Architecture series is the Arc de Triomphe. Let’s take a detailed look at the set and see how it stacks up.
This article explores how to create great LEGO models at any scale. The article expands on the brief introduction to scale on page 175 of my book, The LEGO Architect.
LEGO meets fine art in this amazing collection of sculptures on display at the Pacific Science Center in Seattle, WA.
In November I offered a first look at the new 2016 LEGO Architecture models when photos of the sets were released online, and now I am pleased to share a review of the smallest...