Bye-bye boredom! From now on, we will be launching daily challenges for you to take part in. All you need are some bricks and your imagination. Ready to take your LEGO® building skills to the next level? Head over to the first challenge now. Show other LEGO fans all around the world what you can build by sharing and using #LetsBuildTogether!
Everyday item photo challenge!
LEGO® fan zen_bricks used everyday items to create fun settings for his minifigures to play in. A tea pot can turn into a home for a group of bunny minifigures, while a roll of toilet paper can become Frankenstein’s rock stage! Try creating a setting for your minifigures with your everyday items today #PhotographyChallenge
Minifigure World Trip 4/7 – COPENHAGEN!
Colourful houses, bicycles and…LEGO bricks! This minifigure went on a holiday to Copenhagen, the capital of his birth country Denmark. Our AFOL (Adult Fan of LEGO) brick_barrett snapped him in front of Nyhavn, the old harbor. Here are 5 fun facts about Nyhavn: 1. The “New Harbour” is actually really old! In fact, it is the oldest street in Denmark’s capital. 2. The blue house, number 9, was built in 1681 and hasn’t been changed ever since! 3. The famous Danish fairytale author Hans-Christian Andersen lived in three different houses along the street until he died. 4. Some cafés and bars along the harbor are open 24 hours a day. 5.The world’s oldest tattooing parlour is located in the basement of number 17. It has been running since 1884 and King Frederik IX once got tattooed here!