It was a slow month for LEGO news, but there a lot of exciting August sets to look forward to…
Let’s find out what a real-world Material Handler can do — and whether you should get “pumped up” about this new Pneumatic-powered LEGO set.
Castle is one of the three classic themes introduced in 1978 alongside the iconic LEGO Minifigure — but long-time fans haven’t seen a new castle since 2013! Can this intricate new set possibly live up to our impossibly high expectations?
This month we touch on upcoming LEGO price increases, a roller coaster that does flips over its predecessor, and some great articles exploring advanced building techniques.
For just $20 more than the previous LEGO Roller Coaster, this new version with two loops is much more satisfying!
Let’s take a closer look at these brick-built souvenirs. I see them as a playful re-interpretation of the LEGO Architecture Skylines series — but for a younger audience!
A to Z of Awesome
The LEGO group partners with LGBTQIA+ fans in celebration of Pride month.
Last year, The LEGO Group released #40516 Everyone is Awesome to celebrate Pride month. This year, they created a beautiful website featuring brick-built creations and stories from the rich community of LGBTQIA+ fans of LEGO.
I was pleased to learn that Brick Architect contributor Jeannie Jonas was one of the LEGO artists featured on the website. Be sure to visit the A to Z of Awesome at LEGO.com to see Jeannie’s LEGO vignette The Trans Gender Garden as well as the rest of the people and creations featured on the website!
The jewel of Mughal architecture is beautifully captured in this intricate LEGO set. The only real question is whether it’s fun to build (and if there are any surprises hidden within).
This month we see exciting developments from an inclusive perspective, disappointing changes to building instructions, and some interesting new sets. Check it out!
The third installment in the popular Ninjago City series follows in the footsteps of one of the greatest LEGO sets of all time — can it compare, and should you pick it up before it retires?
Can a LEGO set based on an undecorated pyramidal shape earn the Architecture label? Possibly — especially when placed into the context of the era when it was built.
New LEGO Campus, new LEGO sets, new LEGO Masters seasons, and new articles here at Brick Architect and around the web.