In addition to the amazing LEGO models created by builders all over the world, The Brothers Brick brings you the best of LEGO news and reviews. This is our weekly Brick Report for the third week of January 2020.
We go behind the scenes with LEGO Masters’ judges, Jamie Berard and Amy Corbett. Keep reading our Brick Report to get all the details.
TBB NEWS, FEATURES AND INSTRUCTIONS: This week we revealed the results of the Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series vote, continued our three part series on LEGO Education and learned how to make our very own LEGO BD-1 droid!
- A History of LEGO Education, Part 3: Mindstorms over matter [Feature] – The final installment in our LEGO Education history series covers the game-changing release of LEGO Mindstorms.
- The Republic Gunship will be one of the next Ultimate Collector Series LEGO Star Wars sets – The results of the fan vote reveal that over half of those who voted voted for the iconic spaceship from Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones.
- Build your own LEGO BD-1 from the video game Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order [Instructions] – With video instructions by hachiroku24, you can re-create the adorable companion droid from the video game Jedi: Fallen Order.
- Everything you want to know about LEGO Masters judges Amy Corbett and Jamie Berard [Feature] – LEGO Masters premieres tonight, and we have all the behind-the-scenes info about the show from the judges. Will you be watching?
OTHER NEWS: There were quite a few other interesting LEGO news articles from around the web this week. Here are the best of the rest:
- Camille Walala Designs a Colorful House with LEGO That’s Every Kid’s Fantasy, Design Milk – Artist Camille Walala was invited by LEGO to create a public art installation in London
- ‘Lego Masters’: How to watch the Fox competition show online without cable, Oregon Live – How to watch LEGO Masters if you’ve cut the cord.
- FAQ Concerning The LEGO Group acquisition of Bricklink , Bricklink – Read the official announcements or browse the FAQ
- Lego to turn all its bricks ‘green’ by 2030 as company develops sugar cane and wood alternatives to plastic, The Telegraph – Lego is moving away from plastic that is dependent on crude oil