Toys ‘R’ Us Brand Revived But With A New Name
Oct09

Toys ‘R’ Us Brand Revived But With A New Name

There once was magical place, we often went there, with toys in their millions, all under one roof. It was called Toys ‘R’ Us. But earlier this year Geoffrey bags his bags and every single store in the UK and US closed for good. And with it one of the LEGO Group’s closest retail partners and a steam of exclusive LEGO® goodies was no more. But Toys ‘R’ Us is making a comeback, in a roundabout sort of way....

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LEGO Artist Sean Kenney Signs Exhibition Deal
Sep25

LEGO Artist Sean Kenney Signs Exhibition Deal

LEGO® artist Sean Kenney has signed a deal with Imagine Exhibitions to bring his numerous LEGO pieces to a global audience. Both Art with LEGO Bricks and Nature POP!, have been wowing visitors in the US and over the next 10 years, those LEGO exhibits and future shows, will be brought to a wider audience in the US and beyond. Learn more below. Indoor & Outdoor Exhibitions Featuring the Artist’s Sculptures Built With LEGO®...

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Bricktober Minifigure Packs Coming To America
Aug22

Bricktober Minifigure Packs Coming To America

Earlier today it was revealed that the Toys R Us Germany would be continuing with the annual LEGO® ‘Bricktober’ Minifigure Packs. Following the news the internet exploded in a mixture of excitement and dismay, with the four packs containing some very awesome and exclusive characters, the lack of Toys R Us stores in many countries, could make them tricky to find. As the UK is one such country that no longer has  Toys R Us...

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Huge LEGO Titanic Replica Builds Confidence
Apr18

Huge LEGO Titanic Replica Builds Confidence

A Icelandic LEGO® fan has has been an impressive LEGO recreation of the famous doomed ship, the Titanic. 15 year old Brynjar Karl Birgisson, used over 65,000 LEGO elements to recreate the Titanic, which will now be displayed in the US. The ship has previously been displayed in various locations in Europe, but will now be on show in the Titanic Museum in Tennessee. Impressive as the build is, the best thing to come out of this story is...

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Huge LEGO Brick Stands Tall In Time Square
Jan27

Huge LEGO Brick Stands Tall In Time Square

What stands at 10ft tall and contains over 133,000 LEGO® bricks? Well if you happen to find yourself in New York’s Time Square this weekend you’ll find out as LEGO Master Builders from the LEGO US HQ in Enfield, Connecticut have constructed a huge 1,200-pound version of the classic “2×4” brick. This enormous LEGO brick model, which took Master Builders 350 hours to build, has been installed in New York City’s Flatiron...

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