Let’s learn more about the talented artist who chose black LEGO bricks as his preferred medium for massive projects like his 100,000-piece exhibition “Building Black: Civilizations.”
Brick-built shoes in a nostalgia-inducing shoebox. Can the build experience match the top-notch packaging—I hope so!
Two reviews of highly-sought upcoming sets, a new addition to the LEGO Architecture series, and a bunch of interesting links make for a busy month!
A map of the whole world is the new largest LEGO set—at least by part count! (And it’s a great price, too!)
At double the size of the wildly successful LEGO Ideas set based on the classic 90’s sitcom, The Friends Apartments captures many more details for die-hard fans.
Wrapping up another month of interesting articles and podcasts, including an interview with Brick Architect founder Tom Alphin.
I hope you listen to my interview at the ‘For the Love of Brick’ podcast. This article includes behind-the-scenes photos and links to complement your listening experience!
LEGO Brick Labels v36
This update adds labels for 78 new parts to the LEGO Brick Labels collection!
What’s new in this update?
- Labels for many brand new, increasingly popular, or otherwise missing parts—including 17 exciting new parts which were just released this year!
- Updated LEGO Technic section to improve organization and move retired parts out of the main collection.
At least twice a year, LEGO Brick Labels is updated to include the most popular new parts. You can support the LEGO Brick Labels project by making a contribution!
Another month, another roundup of the most interesting LEGO News from around the web!
LEGO is well known for quality—but how do they test the parts? With these rare LEGO Test Implements, that’s how!
An intricate skyline of Pittsburgh which aims to meet (or exceed) the high bar of official LEGO Skyline sets.
While February is often a quiet news month, we’ve collected our favorite LEGO news from around the web.