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  • Red Hood Revealed for LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham

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    Allen "Tormentalous" Tran
    24 Oct 2014 | 2:58 pm
    The LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham continues today with another character reveal for the game, Red Hood. He is actually Jason Todd who was formerly the second Robin that was killed by the Joker during the A Death in the Family storyline and was later resurrected as Red Hood in Under the Hood story. The post Red Hood Revealed for LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham appeared first on The Brick Fan.
  • Review: Minecraft 21114 The Farm

    Brickset.com news
    22 Oct 2014 | 12:57 pm
    The new range of minifig-scale Minecraft sets are now starting to appear on shelves across the world and will be available from shop.LEGO.com next week, on November 1st. LEGO has kindly sent us two sets to review: 21114 The Farm and 21115 The First Night. Let's start off with The Farm... Let me start off by saying that I know next to nothing about Minecraft and have never played it. However I have seen how captivated 10-year olds are when they play it at my local kids' computer club, so I have witnessed its appeal. To this non-expert then, The Farm looks to be one of the best of the…
  • LEGO Gaga

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    Nellie Scott
    24 Mar 2014 | 6:58 am
    I have collaborated with amazing artists over the years: Jim Lee, Dean West, and you could even count Jonathan Coulton. So it was fun when Lady Gaga approached me about collaborating on her next music video. Gaga’s latest album, ARTPOP, has a lot to do with her life of being caught between both the world of art and the world of pop culture. This resonated with me since I am often creating pop culture references out of a child’s toy and presenting it as art. One of the main themes we discussed was about making art accessible. And one of the main reasons I use LEGO bricks is to make…
  • “Bricks of the Mouse Guard” project launched on Kickstarter

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    Iain
    22 Oct 2014 | 10:26 am
    2015 may well be the year of Mouse Guard, as it celebrates it’s 10th anniversary and – as we previously mentioned here – Seattle’s own ArchLUG will be unveiling a big collaborative Mouse Guard display at Emerald City Comic Con in March. Of course you can expect some pretty amazing architecture in this display. But how are they going to recreate the Mouse Guard characters, you might ask? Simple, with Bricks of the Mouse Guard, that’s how! And you can get in on the action too. Following on from his wildly successful Munchkin Bricks project, Guy Himber of Crazy…
  • Jurassic Park Returns to Ideas

    Brickset.com news
    24 Oct 2014 | 9:36 am
    Since it was announced that LEGO would be on board with Jurassic World, it was pretty clear that the Jurassic Park license was going to be allowed back to Ideas eventually, and that time has now come. Jurassic Park is therefore the second property to accomplish this; Doctor Who being the first. For a quick review of how IP works on Ideas, in practice any IP that is not obviously outside of brand fit or on the "verboten list", can be posted to Ideas. When a project reaches 1000 support and 5000 support, there is usually a check for availability of the IP prior to the Official Comment…
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  • Jurassic Park Returns to Ideas

    24 Oct 2014 | 9:36 am
    Since it was announced that LEGO would be on board with Jurassic World, it was pretty clear that the Jurassic Park license was going to be allowed back to Ideas eventually, and that time has now come. Jurassic Park is therefore the second property to accomplish this; Doctor Who being the first. For a quick review of how IP works on Ideas, in practice any IP that is not obviously outside of brand fit or on the "verboten list", can be posted to Ideas. When a project reaches 1000 support and 5000 support, there is usually a check for availability of the IP prior to the Official Comment…
  • BBC Collectaholics looking for LEGO collector

    24 Oct 2014 | 2:45 am
    I received this from Georgia Smith who works for the producers of the BBC TV Collectaholics programme: "We are currently producing the second series of Collectaholics for BBC2, a primetime show presented by antiques expert Mark Hill which explores people’s passion for collecting. We are looking for enthusiastic collectors of Lego to feature on the programme. The programme explores why people collect, talks to collectors about their favourite pieces and also looks into the social history of Lego. "Do you have a house full of Lego models, or thousands of pieces of Lego waiting…
  • Review: Minecraft 21115 The First Night

    23 Oct 2014 | 10:20 am
    The second Minecraft set that LEGO kindly sent us to review is 21115 The First Night which features a building complete with pigsty, Steve, a Creeper and a pig. Stylistically, it's similar to The Farm that we reviewed yesterday and in fact there's a nice surprise related to it that's revealed at the back of the instructions, as you'll see later. Here's the front of the box showing everything inside. The back shows how the set fits together and hinges along with details from inside. The box is actually quite heavy, heavier than you expect it to be when you first lift it.
  • Review: Minecraft 21114 The Farm

    22 Oct 2014 | 12:57 pm
    The new range of minifig-scale Minecraft sets are now starting to appear on shelves across the world and will be available from shop.LEGO.com next week, on November 1st. LEGO has kindly sent us two sets to review: 21114 The Farm and 21115 The First Night. Let's start off with The Farm... Let me start off by saying that I know next to nothing about Minecraft and have never played it. However I have seen how captivated 10-year olds are when they play it at my local kids' computer club, so I have witnessed its appeal. To this non-expert then, The Farm looks to be one of the best of the…
  • Minifigs.me releases 'Brick Flicks' range

    22 Oct 2014 | 3:34 am
    Custom minifig-maker Minifigs.me has been busy creating a range of film stars for the book Brick Flicks by Warren Elsmore, where they're used to recreate iconic scenes and posters from films spanning almost every genre. You can now buy many of them from their website. I've been provided with two minifigs, based on characters from a popular Disney film, to review. See pictures after the break. Both minifigs feature a custom-printed head and a full body print across torso and dress, which have been printed together to ensure a seamless pattern. The designs are great, there's an…
 
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  • Jurassic Park Returns to Ideas

    24 Oct 2014 | 9:36 am
    Since it was announced that LEGO would be on board with Jurassic World, it was pretty clear that the Jurassic Park license was going to be allowed back to Ideas eventually, and that time has now come. Jurassic Park is therefore the second property to accomplish this; Doctor Who being the first. For a quick review of how IP works on Ideas, in practice any IP that is not obviously outside of brand fit or on the "verboten list", can be posted to Ideas. When a project reaches 1000 support and 5000 support, there is usually a check for availability of the IP prior to the Official Comment…
  • BBC Collectaholics looking for LEGO collector

    24 Oct 2014 | 2:45 am
    I received this from Georgia Smith who works for the producers of the BBC TV Collectaholics programme: "We are currently producing the second series of Collectaholics for BBC2, a primetime show presented by antiques expert Mark Hill which explores people’s passion for collecting. We are looking for enthusiastic collectors of Lego to feature on the programme. The programme explores why people collect, talks to collectors about their favourite pieces and also looks into the social history of Lego. "Do you have a house full of Lego models, or thousands of pieces of Lego waiting…
  • Review: Minecraft 21115 The First Night

    23 Oct 2014 | 10:20 am
    The second Minecraft set that LEGO kindly sent us to review is 21115 The First Night which features a building complete with pigsty, Steve, a Creeper and a pig. Stylistically, it's similar to The Farm that we reviewed yesterday and in fact there's a nice surprise related to it that's revealed at the back of the instructions, as you'll see later. Here's the front of the box showing everything inside. The back shows how the set fits together and hinges along with details from inside. The box is actually quite heavy, heavier than you expect it to be when you first lift it.
  • Review: Minecraft 21114 The Farm

    22 Oct 2014 | 12:57 pm
    The new range of minifig-scale Minecraft sets are now starting to appear on shelves across the world and will be available from shop.LEGO.com next week, on November 1st. LEGO has kindly sent us two sets to review: 21114 The Farm and 21115 The First Night. Let's start off with The Farm... Let me start off by saying that I know next to nothing about Minecraft and have never played it. However I have seen how captivated 10-year olds are when they play it at my local kids' computer club, so I have witnessed its appeal. To this non-expert then, The Farm looks to be one of the best of the…
  • Minifigs.me releases 'Brick Flicks' range

    22 Oct 2014 | 3:34 am
    Custom minifig-maker Minifigs.me has been busy creating a range of film stars for the book Brick Flicks by Warren Elsmore, where they're used to recreate iconic scenes and posters from films spanning almost every genre. You can now buy many of them from their website. I've been provided with two minifigs, based on characters from a popular Disney film, to review. See pictures after the break. Both minifigs feature a custom-printed head and a full body print across torso and dress, which have been printed together to ensure a seamless pattern. The designs are great, there's an…
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    Brickset.com news

  • Jurassic Park Returns to Ideas

    24 Oct 2014 | 9:36 am
    Since it was announced that LEGO would be on board with Jurassic World, it was pretty clear that the Jurassic Park license was going to be allowed back to Ideas eventually, and that time has now come. Jurassic Park is therefore the second property to accomplish this; Doctor Who being the first. For a quick review of how IP works on Ideas, in practice any IP that is not obviously outside of brand fit or on the "verboten list", can be posted to Ideas. When a project reaches 1000 support and 5000 support, there is usually a check for availability of the IP prior to the Official Comment…
  • BBC Collectaholics looking for LEGO collector

    24 Oct 2014 | 2:45 am
    I received this from Georgia Smith who works for the producers of the BBC TV Collectaholics programme: "We are currently producing the second series of Collectaholics for BBC2, a primetime show presented by antiques expert Mark Hill which explores people’s passion for collecting. We are looking for enthusiastic collectors of Lego to feature on the programme. The programme explores why people collect, talks to collectors about their favourite pieces and also looks into the social history of Lego. "Do you have a house full of Lego models, or thousands of pieces of Lego waiting…
  • Review: Minecraft 21115 The First Night

    23 Oct 2014 | 10:20 am
    The second Minecraft set that LEGO kindly sent us to review is 21115 The First Night which features a building complete with pigsty, Steve, a Creeper and a pig. Stylistically, it's similar to The Farm that we reviewed yesterday and in fact there's a nice surprise related to it that's revealed at the back of the instructions, as you'll see later. Here's the front of the box showing everything inside. The back shows how the set fits together and hinges along with details from inside. The box is actually quite heavy, heavier than you expect it to be when you first lift it.
  • Review: Minecraft 21114 The Farm

    22 Oct 2014 | 12:57 pm
    The new range of minifig-scale Minecraft sets are now starting to appear on shelves across the world and will be available from shop.LEGO.com next week, on November 1st. LEGO has kindly sent us two sets to review: 21114 The Farm and 21115 The First Night. Let's start off with The Farm... Let me start off by saying that I know next to nothing about Minecraft and have never played it. However I have seen how captivated 10-year olds are when they play it at my local kids' computer club, so I have witnessed its appeal. To this non-expert then, The Farm looks to be one of the best of the…
  • Minifigs.me releases 'Brick Flicks' range

    22 Oct 2014 | 3:34 am
    Custom minifig-maker Minifigs.me has been busy creating a range of film stars for the book Brick Flicks by Warren Elsmore, where they're used to recreate iconic scenes and posters from films spanning almost every genre. You can now buy many of them from their website. I've been provided with two minifigs, based on characters from a popular Disney film, to review. See pictures after the break. Both minifigs feature a custom-printed head and a full body print across torso and dress, which have been printed together to ensure a seamless pattern. The designs are great, there's an…
 
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  • Beautiful LEGO 2: Dark by Mike Doyle [Review]

    Iain
    24 Oct 2014 | 10:45 am
    It’s been barely a year since No Starch Press released Beautiful LEGO, a coffee table book packed with carefully curated images of LEGO creations, conceived and organized by New Jersey graphic designer and LEGO builder Mike Doyle. Unlike many of their other LEGO themed titles, which are targeted squarely at the AFOL community, the book had the potential to appeal to almost anyone with a passing interest in LEGO (ie. almost anyone on the planet). It soon started showing up on the shelves of regular book stores, and has since become one of their best sellers. So the rumors of a sequel…
  • In the verdant gardens

    Chris
    23 Oct 2014 | 9:58 am
    In recent years, “Castle” building has begun to encompass more and more non-military scenes, which is a pleasant change of pace. Well-tended gardens, so prevalent on the estates of the wealthy during the middle-ages, however, are still relatively rare. That’s why it was a nice surprise to see this lovely garden diorama by Joshua.
  • “Bricks of the Mouse Guard” project launched on Kickstarter

    Iain
    22 Oct 2014 | 10:26 am
    2015 may well be the year of Mouse Guard, as it celebrates it’s 10th anniversary and – as we previously mentioned here – Seattle’s own ArchLUG will be unveiling a big collaborative Mouse Guard display at Emerald City Comic Con in March. Of course you can expect some pretty amazing architecture in this display. But how are they going to recreate the Mouse Guard characters, you might ask? Simple, with Bricks of the Mouse Guard, that’s how! And you can get in on the action too. Following on from his wildly successful Munchkin Bricks project, Guy Himber of Crazy…
  • Bringing the Retro Future to you!

    Chris
    22 Oct 2014 | 10:13 am
    Vince Toulouse has a keen eye for style with spacecraft, and one of his common hallmarks is a stylistic nod to art-deco and the extravagant elegance of the forward-thinking 1920s and ’30s. His latest clean mean machine is this fantastic white and gold ship, which looks ready to pull up to the curb and have a dapper gentleman invite you to a night of refined space-partying and literary discussions. (Or maybe I’m just thinking of Midnight in Paris.)
  • Wee Little Classic Spacemen

    Chris
    22 Oct 2014 | 8:10 am
    Nick Della Mora (Darth Nick) has been pointing his shrink ray at various classic Space sets, such as 6871 Star Patrol from 1984 or this year’s 21109 Exo Suit. Nick’s chibi-izing of the sets is infinitely cute, leaving them with full minifigs in terrifically recognizable little vehicles.
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  • Shows turn it on for the kids

    24 Oct 2014 | 6:49 pm
    It's kind of hard to explain the concept of Light Show , Auckland Art Gallery's new exhibition of light-based art, to a 4-year-old. "Today we're going to the art gallery... to see some art... made out of light ... " Blank look.
  • GovDeals Auctions Surplus Books Online

    24 Oct 2014 | 5:58 pm
    If you've ever wondered what happened to the book that was supposed to have arrived in the mail at your aunt's house in Kansas, or the book that you accidentally left on the plane, chances are they are in the GovDeals warehouse. This 15-year-old Montgomery, Ala.based company handles online auctions of government surplus items, including books, from across the country.
  • Superhero Bits: Guardians of the Galaxy, Age of Ultron, Gotham, Doctor Strange, Hulk, Stan Lee

    24 Oct 2014 | 4:51 pm
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  • Buildings saved from historic station

    24 Oct 2014 | 4:39 pm
    FIVE buildings will be removed from the historic Fanning River Station and restored by a Townsville woman dedicated to preserving some of the region's oldest homes. Jo Veneman, of Renewable Homes, was awarded the contract to remove the structures from the former cattle station, which has links to the founders of Townsville.
  • Twenty-eight new Routemaster bus sculptures designed by artists presented in London

    24 Oct 2014 | 4:28 pm
    Nelson's Column is reflected in a decorated model of a London Routemaster bus entitled "Invisible to the Environment" by artist Pawel Srokowski in London's Trafalgar Square, on October 17, 2014, at the launch of the "Year of the Bus" sculpture trail. A collection of 60 bus sculptures, commissioned by Transport for London , will be placed across London on four walking trails as part of the Year of the Bus Sculpture Trail.
 
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  • NECA Alien Queen Packaging Revealed

    Joe Moore
    24 Oct 2014 | 11:48 am
    The massive Alien Queen figure should be hitting toy shelves and mailboxes soon, so NECA has put out a few new images to whet your appetite. They have just released the first look at the beautiful packaging for the figure. The Alien Queen will stand over 15″ tall and will be over 30″ long from head-to-tail. This will put the figure in scale with the 7″ figure in the Aliens line. The Alien Queen will also sport over 30 points of articulation. Included is a display stand and two interchangeable inner mouths. See the photos after » Continue Reading. The post NECA Alien Queen Packaging…
  • Universal Monsters Select Action Figures in “Trick or Treat”

    Joe Moore
    24 Oct 2014 | 8:03 am
    I thought this was pretty cool. Diamond Select Toys sent along this cool stop motion video featuring their Universal Monster Select Figures. What happens when the Universal Monsters play host to Halloween Trick r’ Treaters? Find out in the video below. After the jump, you’ll find a bit more info on the video. Every year, the spirit of Halloween takes over the world for 31 glorious days, and Diamond Select Toys unleashes a new batch of Monsters! Based on Universal Studios’ iconic horror films of the 1930s, ’40s and ’50s, DST’s 7-inch scale Universal Monsters…
  • Warcraft, Little Big Planet, Assassin’s Creed, and Magic The Gathering Pop Vinyl Updates

    Joe Moore
    24 Oct 2014 | 6:42 am
    Over the last week, Funko has revealed a bunch of new Gaming and Video Game related Pop! Vinyl Figures. New releases include the following characters and lines: World of Warcraft – Series 2 (November) Sylvanas Thrall Murloc Deathwing (6″ Version) Little Big Planet (November) Sackboy Assassin’s Creed Unity (December) Arno Magic: The Gathering – Series 2 (November) Gideon Jura Elspeth Tirel Tezzeret Kiora Atua Sarkhan Vol Nicol Bolas (6″ Version) See the photos of these new Pop! Vinyl Figures by reading on. The post Warcraft, Little Big Planet, Assassin’s…
  • Underworld Selene Lifesize Bust by HCG

    Joe Moore
    24 Oct 2014 | 6:24 am
    Hollywood Collectibles has sent out their latest update. They have revealed a new Underworld Selene Lifesize Bust. The bust features the likeness of actress Kate Beckinsale as the vampire Selene. It’s constructed of fiberglass and has a mixed media and hand painted finish. The bust stands at roughly 26″ tall. The Selene Standard Edition Bust is limited to 500 pieces. The Selene HCG Exclusive Edition Bust is limited to 150 pieces and will include a themed name plate. The bust is priced at $699.95. It’s due for release in the first quarter of 2015. Read on » Continue…
  • Sentinel Introduces Armorize Iron Man Figure

    Joe Moore
    24 Oct 2014 | 6:06 am
    We previously got a glimpse of Sentinel’s Armorize Iron Man back in July. Back then, we only saw the unpainted prototype. Now Sentinel’s Blog has been updated with a ton of new shots and info for the upcoming figure. Armorize Iron Man stands 180MM tall (just over 7″) and will constructed in assorted plastics and a bit of diecast metal. The figure will allow fans to assemble the full armor over a base armored suit. It will feature loads of articulation, interchangeable hands, a masked and unmasked head as well as a figure stand. The unmasked » Continue Reading. The post…
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  • The Frustrating World of LEGO Trains

    Bill
    19 Oct 2014 | 12:15 pm
    The world of LEGO trains can be rather frustrating for the adult hobbyist. Here’s a quick primer for those who are interested in getting into this part of the LEGO hobby. (This is adapted from a comment I made on Facebook in response to someone who was just getting into LEGO trains in 2014.) LEGO has made a few different train systems over the years: 4.5 volt battery trains in the 1960s and 70s used plastic track that you had to build – blue rail pieces connected to 2×8 plates to make the tracks. 12 volt powered trains, which I believe were only sold in Europe in the 1970s,…
  • Brickpile YouTube Channel – Brickworld 2011 Videos

    Bill
    17 Oct 2014 | 5:39 pm
    I’ve started a new YouTube channel for Bill Ward’s Brickpile. I’ll be adding videos from LEGO events, and maybe even some original content, tours of my MOCs, etc. So far I’ve just published two videos, which form a 2-part walk-through of Brickworld from 2011: Part 1: Part 2:
  • BrickCon 2014

    Bill
    12 Oct 2014 | 3:43 pm
    As I’ve done every year since 2008, I went to this year’s BrickCon LEGO convention in Seattle. But this year my trip to BrickCon was a part of an extended vacation which included my trip to the LEGO Fan Weekend 2014, Skærbæk Denmark. After my travels in Denmark and Germany, I flew to Seattle from Frankfurt, with a layover in Houston – not the most direct way of getting there by any stretch, but that’s what happens when you redeem frequent flyer miles for a Saver Award. It also didn’t help that I was really sick the whole way. I’d been taking Sudafed…
  • LEGO Fan Weekend 2014, Skærbæk Denmark

    Bill
    9 Oct 2014 | 10:37 am
    As I mentioned in my last post, I attended the 10th and final LEGO Fan Weekend in Skærbæk, Denmark, on September 26-28. I say “final” because it is the last time that it is being run by the LEGO company, but the local LEGO fans will be taking over running it as of next year, so the event will continue. However it was my first time there and I had a great time! My photos have been posted on Flickr, so go check out all the great MOCs (My Own Creations) that were on display. I was the only one there from North America, but I didn’t bring anything to show. There was a good…
  • Going to Billund!

    Bill
    24 Sep 2014 | 6:24 pm
    I’m going to Denmark tomorrow! Flying from San Francisco to Frankfurt, then on to Billund, for my first-ever visit to Denmark and LEGO HQ! I’m going to the annual Fan Weekend in Skærbæk Friday through Sunday, then visiting Billund on Monday, and on to Copenhagen and Hamburg before flying out of Frankfurt on Thursday. But am I flying home? Not quite yet! I’m going directly from Frankfurt to Seattle (with a stop in Houston) and attending BrickCon. It’s going to be an exciting vacation and I’m really looking forward to it. Watch this space for photos and stories…
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  • TechnicBRICKs turns 7

    Fernando Correia
    10 Oct 2014 | 3:15 pm
    Yeah, TBs makes 7 years of existence! This year I'm not in the mood for statistics... I've been totally immersed building the Ultimate 8043 from Jurgen Krooshoop, for an event of my LUG next weekend (Braga BRInCKa 2014, LEGO Fan Event). We will have a surprise in the event and this was the model chosen for the show. Hence we go direct for the cake, because time is getting scarce here. And what a cake this time!So big we need a couple of mobile cranes to move it.... Yet another nice render from Alexandre to celebrate the occasion, and this time I bet he got inspiration from a Technic diorama I…
  • Designer's take on 42029 Customized Truck

    Fernando Correia
    10 Oct 2014 | 2:01 am
    Milan Reindl, LEGO Technic Designer has made several small videos talking about the 2H 2014 models.The first ones were not available at LEGO's YouTube channel and much difficult to retrieve from LEGO website. It is not the first time we complained about this here at TBs and it seems like someone whispered the guys abut it... The video for the last model (42029 Customized Pick Up Truck) was meanwhile released and also made available at YouTube. So here it is for the records. The videos are getting better as we get a new one, and they basically cover the model functions.I'd prefer these to…
  • Week TechVideo, 2014 #40 - Palla

    Fernando Correia
    5 Oct 2014 | 3:52 pm
    Daniele Benedettelli created a LEGO Rolling Ball, made of Technic elements.It is aimed to be a project for LEGO Ideas but at the moment it is still not available to support. Likely waiting for moderation by LEGO Ideas team. Take a look at Daniele's video demoing his most recent toy. Would you like to play? Disclaimer:Please avoid sending requests to post specific models on this TBs section.We understand some of you would enjoy to see your creations featured here, but please understand that because only one video gets highlighted per week, it is impossible to accommodate all the great MOCs…
  • Images of 1H2015 sets, plus one minus one

    Alexandre Campos
    1 Oct 2014 | 5:23 pm
    Finally we see some unwatermarked images of the upcoming Technic sets. For those that saw the earlier preliminary images, some of the sets show some changes. For better or for worse? That depends on each one’s tastes, I guess.Without further ado, here they are. (click the title to see the full post)42031 - Cherry Picker (155 pieces)It reminds me of a first-generation Ford Transit with a crane in the back.It appears that its mechanical function is the raising/lowering if the boom. The arm should be manually rotatable.42032 - Tracked Loader (252 pieces)Besides the free-spinning tracks, it has…
  • Win one SBrick - Contest

    Fernando Correia
    1 Oct 2014 | 9:18 am
    Do you have the best MOC in the world?Do you want to use SBrick to make it smarter?Upload a photo and add a description about your creation (maximum 4 functions) to apply and win one SBrick! Applications must be submitted in the contest page at SBrick community.Lets find which is the best 4-function MOC in the world.
 
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  • set database: LEGO 621 police car

    24 Oct 2014 | 4:08 am
    set database: LEGO 621 police carimage courtesy of bricklinkimage courtesy of peeronimage courtesy of stevebdimage courtesy of greengozset number: 621set name: police cartheme: townyear: 1978pieces: 31price: us$naminifig: 1nice town set.come with a police car.minifig included a policeman minifig.great playability.overall design is great. 
  • set database: LEGO 620 fire truck

    23 Oct 2014 | 4:36 am
    set database: LEGO 620 fire truckimage courtesy of bricklinkimage courtesy of peeronimage courtesy of lugnetimage courtesy of brickipediaset number: 620set name: fire trucktheme: legolandyear: 1970pieces: 34price: us$naminifig: nonenice legoland set.come with a fire truck.great playability.overall design is great. 
  • set database: LEGO 620 fireman's car

    22 Oct 2014 | 4:25 am
    set database: LEGO 620 fireman's carimage courtesy of bricklinkimage courtesy of bricksetimage courtesy of AirMauroimage courtesy of greengozset number: 620set name: fireman's cartheme: townyear: 1978pieces: 29price: us$naminifig: 1nice town set.come with a fireman's car.minifig included a fireman minifig.great playability.overall design is great. 
  • set database: LEGO 606 tipper lorry

    21 Oct 2014 | 4:40 am
    set database: LEGO 606 tipper lorryimage courtesy of bricklinkimage courtesy of peeronimage courtesy of lugnetimage courtesy of vecchigiochiset number: 606set name: tipper lorrytheme: legolandyear: 1972pieces: 22price: us$naminifig: nonenice legoland set.come with a tipper lorry.great playability.overall design is great. 
  • set database: LEGO 606 ambulance

    20 Oct 2014 | 4:16 am
    set database: LEGO 606 ambulanceimage courtesy of bricklinkimage courtesy of peeronimage courtesy of AirMauroimage courtesy of samueljimset number: 606set name: ambulancetheme: townyear: 1978pieces: 20price: us$naminifig: 1nice town set.come with an ambulance.minifig included a nurse minifig.great playability.overall design is great. 
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  • Red Hood Revealed for LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham

    Allen "Tormentalous" Tran
    24 Oct 2014 | 2:58 pm
    The LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham continues today with another character reveal for the game, Red Hood. He is actually Jason Todd who was formerly the second Robin that was killed by the Joker during the A Death in the Family storyline and was later resurrected as Red Hood in Under the Hood story. The post Red Hood Revealed for LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham appeared first on The Brick Fan.
  • Jurassic Park/Jurassic World Projects Now Allowed on LEGO Ideas

    Allen "Tormentalous" Tran
    24 Oct 2014 | 10:11 am
    Earlier this month, Universal announced that The LEGO Group will be one of the licensing partners for the upcoming Jurassic World movie. As a result, LEGO has resolved their licensing conflicts with Jurassic Park/Jurassic World. Earlier this year, LEGO Ideas did the same with Doctor Who which resulted in an abundance of Doctor Who projects including two that achieved 10,000 supporters. If you remember from last year, all the Jurassic Park related projects were removed including the one from Senteosan after only 6,495 supporters. This was because Hasbro/Kre-O signed on to produce construction…
  • LEGO Creator Holiday Exclusive Ice Skating (40107) Official Images

    Allen "Tormentalous" Tran
    23 Oct 2014 | 11:43 pm
    The official images of the 2014 LEGO Creator Holiday Exclusive Ice Skating (40107) set are now available. We first saw an image of the box a few days ago when the set was accidentally sent to a Shop@Home customer. Now we get a clearer look at the Ice Skating scene as well as a different angle of it. Again, it shows a frozen pond where a minifigure is playing hockey while the other is sledding down a snowy hill. The only thing that I’m disappointed with is that the hockey sticks aren’t the molded ones from the Hockey Player from the Series 4 Collectible Minifigures but instead, the…
  • LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Coloring Pages

    Allen "Tormentalous" Tran
    23 Oct 2014 | 8:26 pm
    To celebrate the upcoming release of LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham, The Brick Show has a set of 10 FREE printable coloring pages in both PDF and in JPG formats for you to print out. The images feature a number of different LEGO DC Comics characters that you can expect to play in LEGO Batman 3 such as Batman, Green Lantern, Flash, and the rest of the Justice League members, just to name a few. They also have coloring pages for other various LEGO themes as well. Check out some of the images below. The post LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Coloring Pages appeared first on The Brick Fan.
  • LEGO Friends Beach Hammock Polybag (5002113) Review

    Allen "Tormentalous" Tran
    23 Oct 2014 | 6:47 pm
    For those who are unaware, there is a LEGO Friends Jungle Animals Search and Find! event going on at LEGO Brand Stores until Sunday, October 26. There are various animals that are hidden through out the store and if you find them all, you can get a FREE LEGO Friends Beach Hammock Polybag (5002113). It contains 29 pieces including some cool postcards. There are three different postcards which are fully colored featuring the girls from the LEGO Friends line. You can even mail them out to your friends or family if you like. The beach hammock is built on a 2×8 green plate with some flower…
 
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  • The Art of the Brick: A Life in LEGO®

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    15 Oct 2014 | 12:49 pm
    I am happy to announce that on October 30th, my new book The Art of the Brick: A Life in LEGO® will be available. When I put together my first book some years ago it was for the purpose of connecting with exhibition guests who had seen my work, but maybe were too shy to ask questions. So when I was asked to pen a larger, more in-depth book I wasn’t sure where to even begin. Somewhere during the late hours of many evenings, I found myself doing the same thing as when I am creating a sculpture. But this time, instead of building artworks, I was building a book, chapter by chapter. As with…
  • Hugman in the Park

    Nellie Scott
    18 Apr 2014 | 3:46 pm
    Not long ago, I asked guests to my exhibition The Art of the Brick at Discovery Times Square to leave a little piece of themselves with me by signing an individual brick as they exited. In turn, I promised to sculpt a piece of artwork that represented a greater sense of community. For weeks I poured over thousands of multi-colored recycled bricks, stopping to read fun messages along the way, signatures that included handles, hashtags and hometown countries far from New York City. I used over fifty thousand of these bricks to create three larger than life Hugman sculptures to be installed at…
  • LEGO Gaga

    Nellie Scott
    24 Mar 2014 | 6:58 am
    I have collaborated with amazing artists over the years: Jim Lee, Dean West, and you could even count Jonathan Coulton. So it was fun when Lady Gaga approached me about collaborating on her next music video. Gaga’s latest album, ARTPOP, has a lot to do with her life of being caught between both the world of art and the world of pop culture. This resonated with me since I am often creating pop culture references out of a child’s toy and presenting it as art. One of the main themes we discussed was about making art accessible. And one of the main reasons I use LEGO bricks is to make…
  • Join the Art Revolution

    Nellie Scott
    13 Jan 2014 | 8:26 am
    I am pleased to be announcing a project that has been very close to my heart and a big driving force for me as an individual and artist – the formation of a nonprofit giving organization called the Art Revolution Foundation. Art Revolution’s mission is to raise awareness and funds to put art supplies in kids’ hands, to fund programs that put arts education back into America’s schools and to support organizations that conduct art therapy for the ill and elderly. Its key message, “art is not optional,” is driven by the alarming devaluation of the arts in today’s schools and…
  • The Art of the Brick Lights Up Brussels

    Nellie Scott
    29 Dec 2013 | 2:37 pm
    No better way to kick off the opening of The Art of the Brick in Brussels than this spectacular light show. It was also fun to stumble upon The Art of the Brick poster at the world’s most famous French fry stand at Friterie Maison Antoine. In case you were wondering…the fries were delicious! The Art of the Brick is now on display at the Stock Exchange of Brussels (La Bourse de Bruxelles – Place de la Bourse 1 – 1000 Bruxelles) until April 21st, 2014. More information about attending this exhibit can be found here.
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