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If only the real thing had been built this way.
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Volunteers needed to make two projects happen.
Put a giant, self-erecting structure in your loved-one’s stocking.
Fake plastic treat.
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4,200 bricks and 11 hours later, a scale model of London’s most recognisable river crossing.
The famous clipper, currently under restoration in Greenwich, has been recreated in LEGO.
This audio has expired. For episode pictures and other Londonist Out Loud material please see here. Lego isn’t just for kids! The Brickish Association, a collective of adult Lego builders, took over Shoreditch Town Hall last weekend in an attempt to set a world record …
Got lots of cash? Like novelty jewellery? Have fond memories of playing with Lego (or, indeed, still indulge in occasional construction play sessions?) Then LIsa Taylor’s Lego rings will appeal to you. The silver rings will sell for £50.00 each, available exclusively at Selfridges, from …