What’s more inspiring than a huge exhibit featuring two million LEGO bricks? Let’s join our newest contributor Christine for a tour of “Wonders of the World”, the latest show from LEGO Certified Professional Ryan McNaught (aka The Brickman).
LEGO News & Articles
The LEGO Ideas website has many fascinating fan-made LEGO creations. I’ve highlighted my five personal favorite architecture projects, along with a few favorites from other Brick Architect contributors.
Let’s take a detailed look at this premium Minifigure display case by iDisplayit, which is featured in The LEGO Storage Guide. Maybe it would be perfect for your collection.
The latest addition to the BrickHeadz theme gives you a chance to create your own BrickHeadz figures. It also includes a lot of useful parts in useful colors, making it a great parts pack. Let’s decide if you need one for your collection!
Whether you are traveling for work or leisure, learn how to add some interesting architecture destinations to your itinerary with this easy guide.
Three years on, Brick Architect is growing! I’m excited to include more stories from a wide range of contributing authors. To celebrate, the Brick Architect has a new logo and updated visual style.
Jeff Friesen first burst on the LEGO scene with his United States of LEGO series and his recreations of the works of street artist Banksy. Now, his incredible microscale cityscapes have captivated the AFOL community — Brick Architect spoke to him about his work.
While LEGO rarely gets involved in politics, the tragic events in Las Vegas have impacted plans to release a LEGO Architecture Skyline of the city. Let’s make some guesses about how the model is likely to change.
#21034 London is one of three LEGO Skylines released in 2017, featuring well known London landmarks like the Tower Bridge, Big Ben, and the London Eye. Let’s see how well the model captures these iconic buildings.
Have you ever wanted to build a LEGO model, but just couldn’t get started? Maybe you just didn’t know what to build, or maybe you were afraid that people won’t like what you built. You are suffering from Builder’s Block, and we have the cure!
Bringing back one retired LEGO color in 2018 raises an important question—how useful are the 39 colors that we already have? Let’s see how many colors are available in enough different parts that you can actually build what you want!