New LEGO James Bond Set – Aston Martin DB5

LEGO sets have come a long way since we were building blocky vehicles in our play rooms as kids. Take this James Bond Aston Martin DB5 for instance. Not only does it look insanely cool from the outside, but it boasts gadgets and clever details we could only dream of as children. Like what? The kind of stuff that would bring a tear to a Bond Minifig’s eye. There’s a concealable radar tracker, a door compartment that hides a telephone, a pair of revolving number plates, a bulletproof screen for the back window, and front wing machine guns that appear when you pull on the stick. Not enough for you? The passenger seat is also an ejector seat and there are wheel-mounted tire scythes. The 1,290-piece set will be available soon. But it’s not one of the biggest LEGO sets ever made.

15 Biggest LEGO Sets Ever Made of 2018

The word ‘Lego’ is the abbreviation of the Danish words ‘leg godt ‘, meaning ‘play well’. Lego has been intensely popular among both adults and children since 1932. It has even spawned its own movies of late. Listed below are 15 of the biggest LEGO sets ever made.

LEGO House in Denmark by Bjarke Ingels Group

The LEGO House in Denmark has recently opened its doors to the public. Located in the town of Billund, where the iconic brick was first invented, the institution has been conceived as an immersive experience center, which includes paid attractions as well as areas that are free and open to the public. Designed by Bjarke Ingels Group, the building features 21 white bricks stacked on top of one other crowned by an oversized 2×4 LEGO block named the ‘Keystone’, all of which are photographed by Iwan Baan. The ground level includes a store, three restaurants, conference facilities, and a 2,000 square meter public square. The company’s story will be told in the history collection located in the basement, while the masterpiece gallery – which includes fan creations – will be located at the uppermost level. Non-paying guests are able to walk to the top of the building to enjoy views from the outdoor terraces. And for sure you will find some of the biggest Lego sets ever made to play.

Creative New LEGO Print Campaign ‘Build The Future’

LEGO’s ‘Build The Future’ is an adorably imaginative campaign that’s encouraging young children to explore their creative side by using LEGO to build the job of their dreams. The ad features young boys using the building blocks to build the men they want to be. One child dreams of being a rock star, the other an astronaut and the last, a firefighter. The boys are seen inside of the half-made suits, implying they’re spending everyday adding an extra block to help build their future. The creative team responsible, The Ogilvy Thailand Group wanted the brand to keep its place in the imaginations of children and adults alike. This ad thrives on both the nostalgia of sentimental parents and the creativity and excitement of young children. And especially for LEGO fans – check out post 15 Biggest LEGO Sets!

Lego Architecture Skyline Collection

The new Lego Architecture Skyline Collection might just awake the creative talent and building imagination we all have within us, by allowing you to emulate some of the world’s most famous skyscrapers and urban sights such as New York, Berlin or Venice. Rebuild the Chrysler Building, the Statue of Liberty, St. Mark’s Campanile or the Reichstag Victory Column. With the usual top-notch quality and a slightly different type of building blocks, these constructions will not only look good in your children’s bedroom but also in your office. Get a fresh view on the world’s iconic buildings and have fun in the building process with the Lego Architecture Skyline Collection. And don’t forget to check our list of 15 Biggest LEGO Sets Ever Made.

Chocolate LEGO Bricks

Illustrator and designer Akihiro Mizuuchi designed a modular system for creating edible chocolate LEGO bricks. Chocolate is first poured into precisely designed modules that after cooling can be popped out and used as regular LEGOs. It’s hard to determine exactly how functional they are, it seems like he had success in building a number of different things, though you can only imagine how quickly they might melt in your hands. Take a look! And if you’re a fan of LEGO don’t forget to check our post 15 Biggest LEGO Sets Ever Made.

LEGO Mini Cooper Set

LEGO‘s latest kit based on a real vehicle is this spectacular 1,077-piece Mini Cooper. Specifically, the car is the MINI Cooper Mk VII, measuring over 4 inches high, 9 inches long and 5 inches wide. The body is finished in a classic green and white color scheme with white wing mirrors and racing stripes. Features include sporty fog lights, detailed engine and a separate spare tire compartment, as well as opening doors, hood and trunk. Additionally, the roof can be removed to allow access to a tan colored interior with patterned seats, veneer-style dashboard, turning steering wheel, and moving gearshift and handbrake. There’s even a picnic basket and blanket for a day trip to the countryside. Look for the LEGO Mini Cooper to launch in stores in August. And also check our list of 15 biggest LEGO sets ever made.

Official “Simpsons” LEGO Brick Set

For fans of the hit animated sitcom, LEGO has finally unveiled the official “Simpsons” LEGO brick set. Created in partnership with Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products, the set will allow fans to build and recreate their very own version of The Simpsons house. The set will only go on sale on 1st February 2014. The toy company will also be releasing a set of Simpsons minifigs in May. The set will be priced at US$200, while the minifigs will go at $4 each. The set will feature the entire Simpson’s house, and minifigs of the show’s main characters, namely Homer, Bart, Marge, Maggie, Lisa and Ned Flanders.