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The Guardian view on LEGO for adults: play is a serious business

Hot on the heels of the Washington Post article we shared a few days ago, here’s a short article on The Guardian about the trend, citing the upcoming USA LEGO Masters show, huge LEGO sets designed for adults, and LEGO as mindfulness practice.

According to the article, toy sales to ages 12+ (including adults) are up 11% in Europe versus two years prior. Good Job AFOL’s!

 The Guardian  

#21321 LEGO Ideas International Space Station

The latest addition to the LEGO Ideas series was unveiled today…

LEGO fans just can’t get enough Space sets, which is why nobody should be suprised by the warm welcome for the latest addition to the LEGO Ideas series.

#21321 International Space Station

#21321 International Space Station

Reviewers agree—this is a really detailed model with tons of details in the core Habitation Module and Solar Array, not to mention the satellites and tiny brick-built Space Shuttle.

Brick Architect doesn’t have a copy yet, but you will find reviews at:

In the New Elementary review, you will find a complete list of printed parts (there are many), and existing parts available in new colors.

#21321 International Space Station will cost $69.99 (£64.99, €69.99) for 864 pieces, and is available now at LEGO.com.

LEGO sets its sights on a growing market: Stressed-out adults

This Washington Post article offers a surprisingly in-depth look at the ways that adult fans of LEGO (AFOL’s) are using LEGO to relax—mostly by following the instructions!

 Washington Post  

ɴᴇᴡ: LEGO Brick Labels 3.3

Version 3.3 adds 74 new labels, for a total of 1197 labels!

This update includes popular new elements from late 2019 and a few extremely useful parts which were just introduced in 2020.

Version 3.3 adds 74 new labels!

Version 3.3 adds 74 new labels!

This update also adds some older parts which have continued to grow in popularity over time, and some of the parts requested by Brick Architect readers like you. Thanks for your support!

Learn more and download at brickarchitect.com/labels.