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Issue 112 of Blocks, the monthly LEGO magazine, is as awesome as they come! 10 years ago The LEGO Movie took audiences around the world by surprise and this edition celebrates the modern classic animated feature. LEGO Head of Design Matthew Ashton and Design Director Michael Fuller look back on their first experience working on a movie for the big screen, sharing new stories and reflecting on their experience.
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There are also exclusive instructions for two mini builds inspired by The LEGO Movie, the top 10 sets inspired by the film (and its sequels), plus a retrospective looking at the film a decade on from its release.
Design Master Mike Psiaki introduces 10327 Dune Atreides Royal Ornithopter and explains how it was a project kick-started by he and his colleagues, then LEGO Group’s Remi Marcelli and Epic Games’ Eric Williamson discuss their plans for the epic LEGO Fortnite.
As it’s almost Valentine’s Day on February 14, love is in the air – and some LEGO fans manage to incorporate the brick into their big day. Hear from those who have used the brick in their ceremony in subtle – and not-so-subtle – ways.
In this month’s contest spotlight, see amazing builds from the Rogue Olympics, a build challenge that has participants create a model using just 101 parts.
Within the 116-page magazine you’ll also get an update from LEGO House Managing Director Kathrine Kirk Muff, get the Blocks verdict on 21345 Polaroid OneStep SX-70 Camera, learn about Godtfred Kirk Christiansen’s road trip and much, much more.