In 1889, Dutch artist Vincent van Gogh created a dreamlike rendition of the view out of his room at the asylum in Saint-Rémy, France, entitled The Starry Night. While he considered the work a “failure” during his lifetime, it has since become the Post-Impressionist's most famous painting—encapsulating Van Gogh's bold and colorful style. Now, art lovers can test their knowledge of the iconic image by building it, piece by piece.
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Nearly 100 years after their invention, LEGO toys continue to be discovered and enjoyed by kids from around the world. Now, The LEGO Foundation is giving back to children for its 90th anniversary. LEGO CEO Anne-Birgitte Albrectsen wants to address a “global early childhood emergency” brought upon by the pandemic by donating $143 million to organizations that “make a positive impact on the youngest children anywhere in the world.
LEGO Teams Up With an Artist To Transform an East London Laundromat Into a Colorful Kid’s Playground
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Do you watch Home Alone every holiday season? The classic Christmas film is well-loved by many, but LEGO Fan Designer Alex Storozhuk is perhaps its biggest fan. He designed an epic Home Alone LEGO set, allowing anyone to build their own miniature McCallister house and recreate iconic moments from the movie. Made from 3,955 pieces, the LEGO Home Alone house is brimming with features that pay homage to the movie franchise.
In 2020, we introduced you to the 9,036-piece Roman Colosseum LEGO model, the toy brand’s largest set at the time.
American sitcom buffs might know that LEGO recently released a set based on the apartments in F.R.I.E.N.D.S.
Most LEGO aficionados probably have a giant pile of plastic pieces somewhere that they plan to organize “some day.” It’s hard to plan what to build when your LEGO bricks are in a jumble, but thanks to a fan-made app called Brickit, you won’t have to spend hours searching for the right pieces.
Danish toy manufacturer LEGO is world renowned for producing colorful, plastic bricks, but the brand has recently become more eco-friendly.
After spending months on end without being able to travel anywhere, most everyone is ready for a change of pace.