In 2019, we covered a few feature-depth articles that explore a different side of the typical topics to uncover and share original and interesting stories within the LEGO community. If there’s any feature that you missed, here’s your chance for a revisit. We take a quick look back at the ten most popular feature articles of the year.
Beryll Roehl breathes beauty into LEGO history with photographs of test bricks. Learn more about test bricks and her work in this exclusive interview.
With the release of 10266 NASA Apollo 11 Lunar Lander, now is a great time to look lack at the history LEGO Space sets. How well do you know your LEGO Space facts?
Children and adults built LEGO Star Wars models long before the 1999 release of LEGO Star Wars sets. Were you among them and have any pictures to share?
We’ve taken an exclusive look inside the Star Wars exhibition in the History collection of the LEGO House, which includes the complete collection of LEGO Star Wars minifigures!
Celebrate 20 Years of LEGO Star Wars with a look behind the scenes of its historic 1999 launch
Ever wondered which set has the most repeated element? Thanks to a Brickset forum user, dvdweyer we have an answer and visualised the findings for you to digest.
We all secretly wish we had our own LEGO minifigures, and it looks like Hollywood Stars feel the same way! We take a look at some of the actors and actresses and their interactions with their minifigure selves.
Has Mark Chan built the perfect LEGO X wing? You might be surprised at just how accurate Mark’s model is.
We dug deep to find out everything we could about the new Finch Dallow replacement minifigure!
Take a look at what Daniel West accomplished when he decided to create a solution to his sorting burdens with an AI-powered Universal LEGO Sorting Machine!
There you have it, our top 10 most popular feature article of 2019. We were ourselves quite surprised to see that half of them were related to Star Wars, which just validates that there’s still a huge fanbase of the franchise within the LEGO community.
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