Blocks magazine is a celebration of everything LEGO. Aimed at enthusiasts of all ages it is the perfect way to immerse in the world of plastic bricks. Each month it’s full of reviews, hints, how-to features, from LEGO experts.
If you’ve been an AFOL for a number of years, you’ll know how great play is. If you’re new to the world of LEGO bricks as a ‘grown up’, then you may be discovering the joy of play. Either way, this month we have a feature that will justify your playful LEGO life – experts explain that adult play is becoming more common and discuss why it’s good
Perhaps you’ve always dreamt of taking that to the next level and embarking on a career as a LEGO designer. Our in-depth interview with LEGO Ideas Design Manager Sam Johnson this month will inspire you to dust off that CV and go for it – his story
is truly inspirational. Even if you’ve never wanted to work in Billund, it’s still pretty heartwarming. That’s just the beginning though, as Sam takes us through his career so far and shares some great stories that give a real flavour of what a life in LEGO design is really like.
There’s a little set taking centre stage on this month’s cover, as our Reviews section kicks off with 75313 AT-AT. Are 6,785 pieces enough to deliver the Star Wars model you’ve already dreamed of? We also take a look at 10297 Boutique Hotel, because if you’re going to start 2022 right, you do it with a modular building.
If you’re not a Blocks subscriber yet, this is the year to do it; with what’s coming up over the next 12 months, you can’t afford to miss a single issue.
Happy new year!