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The First Periodic Table of LEGO Colors

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There is a BrickLink store located in Hungary named We Love What You Build (or WLWYB for short) that recently released what they call the First Periodic Table of LEGO Colors. I have been reading about this unique product on social media sites, and it seems that LEGO fans are very excited about it, so […] Read more

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Control LEGO Powered Up Elements Via Twitch!

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I have been recently contacted about a very interesting project that I thought to share with you today. Students from Anderson University in Indiana have been working on open-source software to interact with LEGO Powered Up elements via Twitch chat using a Raspberry Pi. The project was inspired by a question on Bricks Stack Exchange […] Read more

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Building Custom LEGO Mosaics with LEGO Art Sets

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The LEGO Art collection introduced many LEGO fans, as well as people who are now to LEGO, to the art of mosaic building. The sets cost $120 each and give you lots of options for different designs and combined models. With the #31197 LEGO Art Andy Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe set, you can build one of […] Read more

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Brick Breakdown: LEGO Hidden Side Race Car

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(Written by William) A few days ago, we discussed the #70425 LEGO Hidden Side Mystery Castle (see: Brick Breakdown: LEGO Hidden Side Mystery Castle), but I also wanted to review one of the smaller sets. Enter the #70434 LEGO Hidden Side Super Natural Race Car! This is the second cheapest set in the latest wave […] Read more

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Brick Breakdown: LEGO Art Iron Man Mosaic

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(Written by William) Making LEGO mosaics is not a new concept. In fact, LEGO fans have been designing and building them for as long as small LEGO tiles, bricks, and plates have been available. And LEGO’s own designers have been making large LEGO mosaics for public events. The main deterrent for more people to get […] Read more

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LEGO Gingerbread House vs. Elf Club House

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I have been asked the question; from the two currently available LEGO Winter Village sets which one is better? We reviewed both sets separately, but this question prompted me to also write up a comparison review. So, below, we will discuss how the different features of the #10267 LEGO Creator Gingerbread House from last year and […] Read more

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Brick Breakdown: LEGO Hidden Side Mystery Castle

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(Written by William) One of the more recent LEGO themes that captured my attention is LEGO Hidden Side. My favorite set from the theme has been the #70425 LEGO Hidden Side Newbury Haunted High School (see link for review at the end of this post), so I figured that from the most recently released wave […] Read more

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LEGO Friends Hot Air Balloon & Satin Colors Review

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I recently built the #41423 LEGO Friends Tiger Hot Air Balloon Jungle Rescue set, so I thought to share my thoughts on it. This is one of the five sets from the new LEGO Friends Jungle Rescue collection that was developed in partnership with National Geographic, which is referenced at the end of the building […] Read more

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ToySphere – Immerse Yourself in the LEGOverse

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I recently participated in the pre-launch demonstration of a very interesting new website called ToySphere that is attempting to revolutionize the way we browse the internet, search for information, and shop for products. It was developed by Sphere Research Ltd, a web development company based in the UK, who’s founders also happen to be passionate […] Read more

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Working with the LEGO Color Palette

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While watching the American version of the LEGO Masters competition TV series, one thing that stood out for me the most is how often Amie Corbett and Jamie Berald – LEGO Senior Designers and judges of the show – emphasized the importance of color. They encouraged contestants to use more colors, use colors to tell […] Read more

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