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Fun LEGO T-shirts, hoodies & art-prints!

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One of the most popular ways people express their passion for a particular interest or hobby is through T-shirts. It is an inexpensive and fun way to share who you are and what you like, and T-shirt also make excellent gifts for pretty much anyone. Recently I ran across a T-shirt company that has a […]

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LEGO Interview on The Collector’s Show

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(Written by William) Recently I had the opportunity to represent theBrickBlogger on a web-based radio program called The Collector. The interview was facilitated by Harold Nicoll, The Collector himself. It was a fun and interesting experience, so in this behind-the-scenes look I’ll talk about how the whole process worked. It may not be something you’ll […]

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Collecting LEGO versions of movie posters

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I was talking with one of our long-time readers, Brad, who is a collector of official LEGO movie posters. The information he shared was so interesting that I suggested he writes an article. He preferred not to do it himself, however he suggested I use the information we talked about to put together a post, […]

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LEGO Ninjago to Star Wars to Samurai…

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(Written by the enigma that is badger) Some time ago, I greatly enjoyed Taryn’s blog post on the similarities between the themes and characters of the Star Wars universe and those of LEGO Ninjago (see: May the Force be With You… Ninja Style?), citing numerous lines and scenes in the Ninjago TV-series that seemed to […]

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Grow Up and Brick On – a LEGO ethnography

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(Written by Andrew Taylor) (NOTE: This essay was written by Andrew for his college class on the culture of LEGO fans. Besides sharing his own experiences, he also interviewed several of our contributors to get deeper insights, and to improve his own perception on the phenomena of LEGO as a hobby. Andrew is a student […]

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Only sheeps and deers say LEGOs…

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No, this is not going to be another article about the proper use of our favorite brand name, for that check out: LEGO, Lego, lego, legos – Does it Really Matter? “Only sheeps say legos” is actually a quote from one of my favorite LEGO designers, Mark Stafford in a recent discussion on Reddit. The […]

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The many aspects of the LEGO hobby…

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(Written by Strider) I am a TFOL (Teen-Fan-of-LEGO) and I go by the name Strider in this community. In my first article I addressed a common phenomena in a LEGO fan’s life called the Dark Ages (see: When the LEGO Dark Ages Creeps Up On You…), and today I thought I will tackle a broader […]

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The great LEGO challenge – MOCtober

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(Written by HP) Just a couple of weeks ago we discussed a really fun LEGO project, the LEGO Architecture Studio 30-Day Challenge (follow link for details). Today I would like to share with you a similar challenge my local LEGO Users Group put together here in the Philippines (PhLUG), called MOCtober. This LEGO event was […]

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