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Category Archives: Front Page News
It seems that you can’t open a newspaper or turn on a TV lately without seeing a member of the VLC featured. The architect behind a number of fantastic MOCs was interviewed by his local newspaper the Squamish Chief about … Continue reading
The LEGO® Retail Design team is very excited to hear from adults about their shopping experiences and expectations and how we can make the experience even better! Around the world there are different types of LEGO Stores (LBR and LCS) … Continue reading
An interview by Beyond the Brick on VLC member Allan Corbeil’s LEGO version of Red Rocket Truck Stop from Fallout 4. Displayed at BrickCon 2018.
Hey everyone. Just spreading the word that my original LEGO set design is available for pre order now at bricklink.com I would really appreciate any support over the next two and half months to try and get this … Continue reading
The VLC will be hosting a public collaborative display of Ninjago City open to any full convention attendees. Please see the below instructions with guidelines and how to participate. Full credit to The Brothers Brick for much of the text … Continue reading
VLC member Paul Hetherington aka “Brickbaron”, has had his incredible creation “Imagine it! Build it! selected as one of the 16 finalists in Bricklink’s AFOL Designer Program contest. This contest, a partnership between Bricklink(www.bricklink.com) and LEGO® invited the AFOL community to design … Continue reading
Matt’s back with a new take on a sideways conveyor mechanism. Using up 25 brick separators in the process. For more of Matt’s GBC’s website http://www.greatballpit.com
A few people expressed interest in starting up a group of fighting robots with the hope of possibly holding tournaments during conventions. I think our intention should be to provide constantly exciting tournaments during conventions, with entertainment value being the … Continue reading
For those of you who attended BrickCan 2018, you probably spent some time watching a big plexiglass case with LEGO robots battling each other built by WilF. If you saw it and thought this looks like fun, and want to … Continue reading