LEGO Architecture 21057 Singapore Skyline [Review]
The official LEGO Architecture series since its launch in 2008 with a total of at least 54 sets continues to delight us after over a decade. The...Harry’s Pottery shop accident
Someone just had to make a LEGO pottery shop called Harry’s Pottery. It just had to be done! It somehow surprised me it took this long, but it is...An ominous oasis in the desert is full of charm
This Egyptian temple at the edge of an oasis is more than just a stack of tan bricks. Sebeus I makes good use of stickers from the Pharaoh’s...The military mech with the gleaming eye
Armed and ready for combat, this mech has a menacing stare with its single prominent eye. Created by Keith Espinoza , the build looks as...Santa’s home away from home.
If you follow The Brothers Brick on social media, you might have noticed we just updated our cover photo to Santa’s house, a cozy A-frame...Get away from it all at the Arrow Peak Shrine
Everyone needs an escape at some point. For Marius Herrmann it’s the game “Ghost of Tsushima”. Inspired by the beautiful world of Tsushima,...The shadows of Shadar Logoth
The eerie city of Shadar Logoth stands in magnificent ruin in this large diorama by Brick Ninja . They’ve been slowly working their way...Huge LEGO City 2022 lineup revealed with 21 new sets, bringing Fire, Police, NASA, and more [News]
Today LEGO has revealed a huge swath of new LEGO City sets for 2022, taking the wraps off 21 new sets. The sets span the usual City subjects with...Send the Republic Frigate...and also the entire Republic fleet
The star of the show here is clearly Fuku Saku’s 1:250 microscale LEGO Charger c70 Republic Frigate. It has all the right shaping and as much...Reinventing the printing press, LEGO style
One of the most influential inventions of all time is the printing press. First created in Germany circa 1440 by Johannes Gutenberg, it...A Vic Viper that looks carved from wood.
We’ve seen a wide variety of Vic Viper themes recently: Ice Planet, Fire Fighter, Mazinger. But this Viper that reminds me of my parents’ 1970s...