Imagine spending the equivalent of 16 entire days building a giant model Titanic out of 30,000 LEGOs. That’s exactly what Norwegian Lasse Ankersø did, and he has the time lapse video to prove it!
Creating a custom garden on your rooftop, balcony or in your backyard just became a lot less intimidating. Constructed entirely of food-safe recycled plastic, TogetherFarm blocks are your five-minute
Update 8/6/2014: Greenpeace has released their second campaign led by kids across the world, encouraging Lego to break their partnership with Shell, via the video above. As part of a new co-promotion,
LEGO-loving girls and boys will be thrilled to learn that LEGO just debuted a female scientist in their Minifigures Series 11 collection. And more female Minifigures may soon be added to the toy block’s
LEGO CUUSOO, is a site where members may submit LEGO design ideas to be considered to become future actual LEGO products. The site also allows members to vote on submitted projects. If designs get enough
So the LEGO Friends debate has gotten a bit bigger. In case you missed our last post on this issue, some folks are hopping mad that LEGO is marketing a specific line of blocks to girls. In fact, recently
As the New Year launched so did a brand new line of LEGO toys, LEGO Friends, an entire line of LEGO building blocks and play sets aimed at girls 5 and up. Bricks in shades of pink, lavender and other
Though the Mindstorms sub-brand of the LEGOLAND empire is specifically intended to catalyze complex thoughts in the minds of young builders, adults love getting in on the game. And this Time Twsiter
As a man who once stole a life-size cardboard Wall-E from a cinema so he could have one in his own home (true story), this story will appeal to the child in all of us. Montreal-based creator Marc-André
Have you heard of Amigurumi? Check out the adorable teddy bear take on this Japanese art form on Momtastic. Need a toddler birthday party theme? Check out Hip Hip Hooray‘s cute DIY Little Monster
It’s certainly evident that Legos really can go, in the words of Buzz Lightyear, “to infinity and beyond!” We have seen countless awe-inspiring masterpieces that have been created with
Long loved by parents for their durability, educational purposes and the LEGO company’s social and environmental responsibility, LEGO bricks have become a standard construction toy in almost every
“My kid could do that,” is one of the most bombastic statements any parent could make. But in the case of Lego’s new architecture project, any spectator hearing a parent utter this claim, might have
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