As the crowds gather outside the Lindo wing Lego has imagined what we might see when Kate emerges with the newest royal baby boy or girl.Read the full story ›
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The Tower of London's Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red installation has been recreated in Lego for Armistice Day.
Nick Sweetman created the small version out of the toy, calling his version We Will Remember Them. He says he has been "amazed and overwhelmed by the response" he has had to the miniature version.
Lego has become the world's top-selling toy maker buoyed by a boost in sales following the success of The Lego Movie.Read the full story ›
Akihiro Mizuuchi has merged two of perhaps the greatest things on Earth, chocolate and Lego, to create edible teddy bear-like models.Read the full story ›
An all female set released by Lego has sold out after the firm responded to a letter from a seven-year-old girl who wrote to complain about the lack of women.
In January, Charlotte Benjamin wrote a letter to the Danish firm saying she was unhappy that male figures outnumbered female ones.
I want you to make more Lego girl people and let me go on adventures and have fun - ok!?!
The new set sells in the US for $19.99 (£11.85) and comes with three women scientists, including a paleontologist, chemist and astronomer.
Ellen DeGeneres' now famous Oscars selfie generated 3,250,761 retweets, but it has now been recreated by Master LEGO artist 'Ochre Jelly', AKA Iain Heath.
Ellen had also told everyone to retweet her Oscars selfie, but Iain told ITV News: "I thought she said 'rebuild' it ...in LEGO!"
He said: "I started building the morning after the Oscars, and after a roughly 12 hour stint, it was finished."
The Simpsons will mark its 550th episode by creating an entire episode out of Lego.
The episode - titled 'Brick Like Me' - will see Homer wake up to discover the entire town of Springfield made out of the bricks.
The episode will be shown in the US on 4th May.
David Beckham has revealed that he build Lego models to wind down.
The football legend told The Sunday Times (£) that the plastic bricks help to "calm me down" and said that he constructed a model of London's Tower Bridge in only a few days.
“When they [his children] get home, we’ll often play one of their favourite games, like Connect Four. They also love Lego. So do I,” the 38-year-old said.
“The last big thing I made was Tower Bridge. It was amazing. I think Lego sometimes helps to calm me down.”
He compared Lego-building with cooking, which he said he finds “very therapeutic”.
To get in to the spirit of London Fashion Week, model Aspen Glen-Cross poses in a dress adorned with around 5000 LEGO bricks designed by Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design student, Anne-Sophie Cochevelou. London Fashion Week begins on Friday.