A picture of the completed 2.4m, 120,000 brick LEGO sabre tooth cat built for the LEGO The Lost World event at Milestones Museum Basingstoke. ...

A little bit of fun from Milestones Museum for the LEGO Lost World Zoo event currently going on: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_tMlEf-y6oMCreated by the museum using the cute little Dodo kit designed by Barney Main for us. Enjoy!...

Donald and Dozy the LEGO dodos are ready to follow Dolly over to Milestones museum in Basingstoke. The two loveable characters are to be followed by eleven more bringing the final total to 14 LEGO Dodos built as part of next years 'LEGO The Lost...

Posted on 17:11, 19/10/2013 by Adam at http://brickfanatics.co.uk Our buddies over at Bright Bricks have built an amazing 1:55 scale LEGO model of the Airbus A380 passenger jet. The jet is an incredible 1.3 meters long with a wingspan of 1.35 meters. The British Airways-branded A380...

How many LEGO bricks do you think there are for every person in the world? Two? Six? Ten? Amazingly, it's been estimated that there are 80 LEGO bricks for each and every one of us! The United States Census Bureau estimates that the world population exceeded...

A life-size house made entirely from LEGO bricks!

James May's LEGO HouseUK TV personality and Top Gear presenter James May built the world’s first full-size LEGO house – including a working toilet, hot shower and a very uncomfortable bed – using 3.3 million plastic bricks. The TV presenter built the house for his BBC show, James May Toy Stories. Duncan Titmarsh of Bright Bricks, as the UK's only Certified LEGO Professional, was involved in its construction — along with a whole army of willing volunteers carefully following the design plans.

The Bullring Shopping Centre in Birmingham, UK, is a vibrant and popular meeting place for shopping and leisure in the centre of the city. This scale model was created by Bright Bricks and featured the very diverse architectural features of the centre in astonishing detail. The model...

London Design Festival features Bright Bricks LEGO greenhouse. Bright Bricks made an appearance at the London Design Festival Week in September 2011—and helped draw in the crowds! Bright Bricks constructed a life-size LEGO greenhouse as part of London Design Festival 2011. Designed by contemporary product designer Sebastian...