We are LEGO geeks… That’s why we like to write nerdy articles that take a closer look at some of the most common (and rarest) LEGO parts.
Every year, new LEGO sets introduce us to new LEGO parts. Let’s take a closer look at some of the exciting additions to the LEGO Parts Library from the first half of 2020.
Most LEGO builders know that there are thousands of different LEGO parts in production, and some parts are a lot more common than others. Let’s find out which parts are the most common, which parts are available in the widest selection of colors, and which parts have become a lot more popular in the last few years!
Why did LEGO include only three skin tones and four hair colors in the amazing #41597 Go Brick Me set? A closer look at the data offers some hints, as well as revealing which colors you can easily add to your set.
Let’s look for great new parts in the new Summer 2015 LEGO sets.