WeLoveBricks – It’s live!

Yippee – it’s here at last…

We want to tell the world that WeLoveBricks, the Lego Sharing Club has been officially launched – the service is now live and up and running!

We’re passionate about sharing bricks amongst as many Lego fans as possible and we hope that lots of brick building fanatics will join the club – unlimited LEGO for £7.99 a month will allow you to build as much Lego as you like (or as much as you can) every month – what a great offer!

We’ve built the Club for the members and we are always looking to make things better, so we’d love to hear what you think of it and most importantly what you’d like to see on the catalogue!

LEGO Reality Show…coming soon?

There’s been some really exciting news in the Guardian this week saying that LEGO are planning a TV reality show, possibly based on a competition to find a Master Builder, perhaps a sort of Great British Bake Off for LEGO designers!  How great would that be.

The article also talked about plans to release a 2015 sequel to LEGO The Movie as it’s been such a box-office hit – you’ll find the full article here.

On WeLoveBricks, please keep watching this space, we are getting very close to launching the business and if you’d like to get more updates, do subscribe to our regular newsletters.

Unlimited LEGO. £7.99 a month

Coming soon…we’re about to launch WeLoveBricks, the LEGO Sharing Club which allows you to rent as much LEGO as you like for a subscription of £7.99 a month.  We all love the thrill of the build and we hope that our members will enjoy being able to play with as much LEGO as they like every month.  Have a look at our growing catalogue of sets and tell us what else you’d like to see.

Great exhibition

All the hype and publicity about the Art of the Brick is completely justified – whether you’re mad about LEGO or not, the Brick Lane exhibition is a great family day-out and well worth a visit.  

Nathan Sawaya has created some amazing sculptures which are somehow incredibly life-like.   He displays a broad range and variety of LEGO models and mosaics and some of them are genuinely thought provoking, and the short briefing note next to each model also helps explain what it’s all about.

I’ll be sharing some photos of the best models over the coming weeks. The exhibition starts with The Hand – “it all starts with one Brick”. 

And if you do go, you can always find time for a delicious curry in Brick Lane after the exhibition! We did.

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