Brick World Chicago – The Lego Group has unveiled the latest exclusive set in the Creator Expert Line of building sets aimed at AFOL’s and older brick builders.

Sydney Opera House

Sydney Opera House

With the Large amount of Dark Tan, and the New White Curves, this should be on every serious builders list of must haves.
The Model Features:

• 2,989 pieces
• Advance Building Techniques for complex forms, angled walls and subtle detailing!
• Rare 1x1x2/3 stud, and 1x2x2/3 dark tan LEGO® sloped bricks!
• Hard to Find Dark Tan LEGO® Bricks
• The 48×48 stud baseplate, available in blue for the very first time!
• Sturdy construction which allows the model to be handled and moved!
• A unique model a UNESCO World Heritage Site!
• Measures over 11″ high, 25″ wide and 15″ deep!

The set will be availible In September 2013 through LEGO shop at Home, or in store (if were lucky enough to have the Utah Lego Store open before then)
For more on the set, adn it’s features check out the Designer Video:


For the second time in it’s development process, The creators of “The LEGO Movie” (due out next year) are giving LEGO fans the world over the chance to participate, and have their creation become a part of the movie. The rules are fairly straight forward, build a LEGO scene, and then have your mini-fig destroy some element in the science to create a new creation to help fight the bad guys, all captured on film.

For more detailed rules and requirements, check out the full write up on Rebrick

I’m a sucker for a well built LEGO technic creation, especially those outside the box. the natural inclination is to make heavy machinery models, so when someone takes the standard LEGO system, and combines a motor and a few other bits to make something that isn’t a GBC module or a heavy equipment, I get excited, and when I get excited I post. so here is True Dimensions LEGO Ball Clock!

It is no secret that the LEGO group offers the opportunity to it’s fans to see inside the factory in Billund at a special LEGO inside Tour, but at a cost of about US $2,600, and only 75 available slots, it is unlikely that most of us will ever get to go.
But Fear not, The National Geographic Channel has done an excellent video of the factory, the design process,and all that makes a LEGO brick a LEGO brick.