Northern Brickworks

Minifigure habitats – Series 19

Series 19 Minifigure Habitats: by Stephen Guinness Having seen the idea over on the ramblingbrick.com I thought I would have a go at making a couple of minifigure habitats to go with some of...

MOC of the Month

MOC of the Month for November is some small cars from NB member Dave W: Here is your October MotM, from NB member Jamie – some intriguing puzzle cubes.  The cubes come apart and...

Older Articles

Here are older articles, that you won’t find direct from the home page of our site. Lego from Stuttgart 2019 Calendar Cheese Slope Mosaics – a tutorial 2018 Calendar The Evolution of Lego Sorting...

2019 Calendar

Here are the shows we know about so far – we will add more as we hear about them, so if you are organising a show and it’s not listed, please get in touch...

Lego from Stuttgart

On my travels I saw an exhibition of Lego in the German city of Stuttgart, put on by the German LUG ‘Schwabenstein 2×4’.  The builder was Andreas Reikowski, and you can find  more of his...

Cheese Slope Mosaics – a tutorial

Back in 2012 Katie Walker published this article on making lego mosaics with cheese slopes, and we thought it was such a good reference piece that we are republishing it here with Katie’s permission....

2018 Calendar

It seems as if it’s possible to spend every weekend at a lego show.  That’s a good thing, right? Here is a list of the 2018 shows we know about.  Contact us if you’d...

The Evolution of Lego Sorting

Back in 2001, Remy Evard wrote a short note on the different ways people sort their lego as their collection grows. Seventeen years and over 88,000 views later, his note has become legendary. We...

Crazy Golf

In 2018, we are building a Crazy Golf course together, and here is where we’ll be sharing updates on progress. First up is (unlucky) hole 13, a microscale castle from NB member Jim. Next...