While inflatable ghosts and fake spider webs can’t compare to how scary 2020 has been, I still wanted to wish you a Happy Halloween and share this month’s LEGO News Roundup!
The Hidden Side theme debuted in 2019—this was the flagship set. Let’s see if it holds up to our scrutiny as a great LEGO set (and check out the Augmented Reality features too)!
Want to expand the fun and learning potential of DUPLO with balls and tubes? Let’s see how easy it is to get things rolling…
Two of the strongest Scandinavian consumer brands have teamed-up. The LEGO × IKEA Partnership resulted in a new range of LEGO Storage Products—BYGGLEK.
LEGO Storage by IKEA, a couple of Colosseums, some LEGO IDEAS, and more!
LEGO House (Virtual) Fan Day offered a rare opportunity to learn how The LEGO Group works—these were the most interesting topics in the 3.5 hour session!
Let’s cast a critical eye on three co-branded LEGO product lines that are coming out soon.
LEGO Brick Labels v35
This is a very large update which reflects the continued evolution of the LEGO Brick Labels collection. It adds 77 new labels, for a total of 1340 unique parts!
- Labels for the new Powered Up hubs, motors, & sensors.
- More options for sorting Minifigure parts and accessories.
- A few “new” labels for long since retired classic parts.
- To focus on current parts, retired parts have been moved to a separate folder.
Every update include some of the most popular new parts, 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!
Update to Most Common LEGO Parts
This month, a geeky book for AFOLs was announced, summer sets were finally released in North America, and more…
While these containers are “free” with purchase, are they any good for sorting and storing LEGO? Let’s find out by geeking out!
In reviewing four of the new sets, I discovered that LEGO Dots may offer a glimpse into the future of LEGO sets for all ages.