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LEGO Masters Australia is back! This season is so much bigger, brighter and crazier than last year. We can’t wait to share it with Australia again! Here’s your first sneak […]
The massive 500sqm basement of the flagship Myer Melbourne store on Bourke Street Mall has been transformed into an entire Harry Potter world and we were asked to build something totally […]
Back in 2015 we were tasked with creating a life-sized Disney Princess Cinderella from LEGO® bricks! We built Cindy ( as we called her in the workshop) for a Disney […]
Back in 2015 we were given a super-secret project: to build life-sized LEGO® brick versions of characters from the then upcoming Star Wars The Force Awakens for the red carpet […]
For this week we’re throwing back to the ENORMOUS 200kg logo we made for The LEGO Movie! Building the logo on the angle it is on was especially challenging as […]
Our Wonders of the World exhibition is returning next school holidays! And after the recent Oscars’s stuff ups we couldn’t resist having a bit of fun with the reveal of […]
It’s been an epic first week up in Brisbane for our new Wonders of the World exhibition! It was both exhilarating and slightly frightening to show all the models we’ve […]
Last month we, along with the LEGO US model shop and 3 other LEGO Certified Professionals from around the world had the privilege of building models for the Star Wars movie premiere. Our models were for the Shanghai red carpet, whilst my Mandarin is poor, by all accounts people were very happy with them!
Here is the latest model to leave our workshop, Made for the Disney premiere of the movie Cinderella.
(I’m thinking I need to wear the glass slipper as she has me covered for height!)
She was about 2 weeks in the making, and approx 25,000 bricks.
Thanks to everyone who came in and helped at Brickvention 2014, we managed to build 2 of the most amazing LEGO mosaics.
Each mosaic is 170,540 LEGO pieces!
They are 4.2m wide and 2.4m tall.
On Saturday we completed the LEGO movie mosaic and Sunday we did the Royal Exhibition buildings, I’m sure you will agree they came up really well.