Brick Fanatics over the last couple days have posted some lovely articles on some of our LEGO Timelapse videos! You can check them out at the links below! Lego Bus Stop Article Lego Farm ArticleGroot and Rocket Raccoon Article...

Here's our Timelapse video of the life size TFL bus stop built by Bright Bricks in 3 weeks using over 100,000 bricks, displayed and functionally used outside Hamley's Toy Store in Central London for a fortnight. ...

Further Progress on the LEGO Titanic model for Bricks in Motion at The Wardown Park Museum in Luton this summer. Now up to the level with the first row of portholes added in. Titanic differs from the previous Queen Mary build as she had two...

We installed one of our biggest ever models a few weeks ago. The Ironman Hulk Buster suit, ready for the Avengers Age Of Ultron film premiere last night at Westfield London. The whole Bright Bricks team had fun on this one! The model is made...

Here's a quick picture tour of our current warehouse. This how we store and organise our current stock of 10 million LEGO Bricks! Click on the link Here or click on the picture below! ...

We are happy to announce that we are adding to our Bricks In Motion show a new model, Titanic at minifig scale!!!! No surprise really I guess, given our track record with building big LEGO ships. For this build, however, we're going to give a...

Here's our latest time-lapse build. Its a Flybe Q400 Aircraft! Built at Southampton City Airport a few weeks ago. For more pictures of the build, check out our gallery of the build, which you can find below! ...

Have you seen our latest timelapse video? Commissioned by Nestlé Purina here our Giant LEGO Felix the Cat! Made from 80000 LEGO bricks and made over the course of 2 weeks. More pictures to be posted soon in a stand alone gallery. ...