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Capturing the boundless creativity of the LEGO® brand, this colorful book recreates objects and scenes from everyday life using LEGO bricks. Transforming handfuls of bricks into minty toothpaste, eggs and bacon, lush houseplants, and more, LEGO Still Life reimagines the mundane and sparks playfulness in everyday life. Featuring unique, clever, and captivating original art, Capturing the boundless creativity of the LEGO® brand, this colorful book recreates objects and scenes from everyday life using LEGO bricks. Transforming handfuls of bricks into minty toothpaste, eggs and bacon, lush houseplants, and more, LEGO Still Life reimagines the mundane and sparks playfulness in everyday life. Featuring unique, clever, and captivating original art, these deceptively simple but meticulously executed images are full of surprise and delight—and remind us that the world around us is, too. • Recreates commonplace scenes from everyday life using LEGO® bricks • Creatively reimagines the everyday objects and scenes • Presented without text, these clever images speak for themselves, offering joy, surprise, and creativity on each spread LEGO Still Life is the perfect gift for LEGO lovers and art lovers alike. Watch LEGO bricks transform into everyday objects, turning the humdrum into a delightful surprise. • Great not only for LEGO fans who are feeling nostalgic, but for anyone who appreciates quirky art projects and creative spirit • This is a book that makes you look twice and enjoy the artful effort. • Perfect for fans of The Art of the Brick: A Life in LEGO by Nathan Sawaya, The Greatest Brick Builds: Amazing Creations in LEGO by Nathan Sawaya, and Beautiful LEGO by Mike Doyle


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Capturing the boundless creativity of the LEGO® brand, this colorful book recreates objects and scenes from everyday life using LEGO bricks. Transforming handfuls of bricks into minty toothpaste, eggs and bacon, lush houseplants, and more, LEGO Still Life reimagines the mundane and sparks playfulness in everyday life. Featuring unique, clever, and captivating original art, Capturing the boundless creativity of the LEGO® brand, this colorful book recreates objects and scenes from everyday life using LEGO bricks. Transforming handfuls of bricks into minty toothpaste, eggs and bacon, lush houseplants, and more, LEGO Still Life reimagines the mundane and sparks playfulness in everyday life. Featuring unique, clever, and captivating original art, these deceptively simple but meticulously executed images are full of surprise and delight—and remind us that the world around us is, too. • Recreates commonplace scenes from everyday life using LEGO® bricks • Creatively reimagines the everyday objects and scenes • Presented without text, these clever images speak for themselves, offering joy, surprise, and creativity on each spread LEGO Still Life is the perfect gift for LEGO lovers and art lovers alike. Watch LEGO bricks transform into everyday objects, turning the humdrum into a delightful surprise. • Great not only for LEGO fans who are feeling nostalgic, but for anyone who appreciates quirky art projects and creative spirit • This is a book that makes you look twice and enjoy the artful effort. • Perfect for fans of The Art of the Brick: A Life in LEGO by Nathan Sawaya, The Greatest Brick Builds: Amazing Creations in LEGO by Nathan Sawaya, and Beautiful LEGO by Mike Doyle

30 review for LEGO Still Life with Bricks: The Art of Everyday Play

  1. 5 out of 5

    Briar's Reviews

    LEGO Still Life with Bricks by Lydia Ortiz is a cool book full of lego arrangements to admire. It's really cool seeing what people made. It's a nice book to just look at and relax. It won't tell you how to make them, but they are good instagram-worthy photos. You could try to recreate them if you're super creative! Three out of five stars. Thank you to NetGalley and Chronicle Books for a free copy of this book that was given in exchange of an honest review. LEGO Still Life with Bricks by Lydia Ortiz is a cool book full of lego arrangements to admire. It's really cool seeing what people made. It's a nice book to just look at and relax. It won't tell you how to make them, but they are good instagram-worthy photos. You could try to recreate them if you're super creative! Three out of five stars. Thank you to NetGalley and Chronicle Books for a free copy of this book that was given in exchange of an honest review.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Mehsi

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review. I just LOVE LOVE Lego, love building it, love looking at builds people make, love buying new sets. So this book just made me very happy and hyped. I was eager to see what kind of things would would see in this book. This book combines daily items (or scenes) with legoblocks. We see a breakfast with baconstrips made of lego, a big cup of orange-lego-block-juice, we see paintcans and paint, there is jam on a toast. There were some I received this book from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review. I just LOVE LOVE Lego, love building it, love looking at builds people make, love buying new sets. So this book just made me very happy and hyped. I was eager to see what kind of things would would see in this book. This book combines daily items (or scenes) with legoblocks. We see a breakfast with baconstrips made of lego, a big cup of orange-lego-block-juice, we see paintcans and paint, there is jam on a toast. There were some really great photographs there, like the feet in the sand with lego as water/surf. It was really fun seeing normal items be combined with lego and form a pretty awesome picture. I also liked seeing before/after like with the balloons, first there are three, then there is a needle and there is just two balloons left. But I have to say that there were parts that I had to look really hard to find what was made out of lego or it felt like it was just mostly normal stuff and not much lego, and I think that was a shame. And others were just, in my eyes, not that special. Like the picnic… it is that I know that ants come to picnics, otherwise I would have wondered what the hell it was meant to be. My favourite out of this book would be seeing the plant grow, but I was also fan of the cocktails and the ice cream. All in all, I had fun reading this one and I wouldn’t mind more books like this one. Review first posted at https://twirlingbookprincess.com/

  3. 4 out of 5

    Mimi

    Very brightly colored, Instagram-y photographs. The photography is amazing, the actual artwork is not so mind-blowing, lacks finesse in several pictures. I applaud the intention, execution lacks a bit. I received a copy through Netgalley for review, opinions are entirely my own.

  4. 5 out of 5

    ʚϊɞ Shelley's ʚϊɞ Book Nook

    Anyone who loves LEGO®, photography or just plain enjoys looking at the magnificent colours will surely love this book! I couldn't believe how life-like some of the LEGO® pieces were and how beautiful the photographs came out. This is definitely an art form. This would make an amazing coffee table book. Who hasn't heard of LEGO®!? This would be cool to have in the house and would make a great, fun conversation starter. Both my boys (30 and 36 now) loved it as kids and would love this book as it Anyone who loves LEGO®, photography or just plain enjoys looking at the magnificent colours will surely love this book! I couldn't believe how life-like some of the LEGO® pieces were and how beautiful the photographs came out. This is definitely an art form. This would make an amazing coffee table book. Who hasn't heard of LEGO®!? This would be cool to have in the house and would make a great, fun conversation starter. Both my boys (30 and 36 now) loved it as kids and would love this book as it brings back happy memories. I still have some of their LEGO® and DUPLO® from when they were babies. I would recommend this to any and all age groups. My favourite photos are of the bouquet of flowers and the painting pallet. My only niggle is about the ARC copy...it has a watermark on EVERY SINGLE PHOTO and it made it hard to enjoy them as much as I could have. Thank you NetGalley, Chronicle Books, Michelle Clair and Lydia Ortiz for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an impartial review; all opinions are my own. #LEGOStillLifewithBricksTheArtofEverydayPlay #NetGalley

  5. 5 out of 5

    Alicia Bayer

    This is a cute art book composed of photos incorporating LEGOs in whimsical, brightly colored staged scenes with real life objects. The end section says that it came about when LEGO mailed a large box of all different shapes and colors of bricks to the publishing company and the staff got creative making up scenes with them. LEGOs are used to make things like foods on real plates with real utensils and gum stuck to a real tennis shoe. I was hoping it would give ideas for projects for my LEGO lov This is a cute art book composed of photos incorporating LEGOs in whimsical, brightly colored staged scenes with real life objects. The end section says that it came about when LEGO mailed a large box of all different shapes and colors of bricks to the publishing company and the staff got creative making up scenes with them. LEGOs are used to make things like foods on real plates with real utensils and gum stuck to a real tennis shoe. I was hoping it would give ideas for projects for my LEGO loving kids to make, but it's not that sort of book. These are just cute photos where LEGOs are in the picture in creative ways. I read a temporary digital ARC of this book for review.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Vaiomo ♡

    Thank you to the publisher for giving me a free copy in exchange for an honest review. I really loved this. I think we can all remember playing with LEGO regardless of age. And I absolutely still love LEGO and can't wait to have a kid that will also play with LEGO (Hopefully) This book was absolutely overdosing on creativity and it was just so fun to read about. It was so creative and sometimes I had to double look just to notice that the thing I was looking at was all LEGO. And sometimes there Thank you to the publisher for giving me a free copy in exchange for an honest review. I really loved this. I think we can all remember playing with LEGO regardless of age. And I absolutely still love LEGO and can't wait to have a kid that will also play with LEGO (Hopefully) This book was absolutely overdosing on creativity and it was just so fun to read about. It was so creative and sometimes I had to double look just to notice that the thing I was looking at was all LEGO. And sometimes there was that small detail that made it all so much more impressive. (For instance the candle page) I would definitely recommend this book!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kelly Long

    Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for providing this book in exchange for an honest review. My husband and I are fans of Legos so this book easily caught my attention. This is a fun and colorful book of still life. I thought more of the pictures would be of items built with Legos but there was definitely some creativity in what was built. Overall, this is a cool book for kids and adults who have grown up with Legos.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Kirkwood (Levac)

    This would make a great coffee table book. A great gift for photography lovers who also love LEGO. This isn't a book of extravagant LEGO builds. It is a book of still life photography with LEGO worked into the photos. We see breakfast with eggs made out of LEGO, or a toothbrush with LEGO toothpaste. I love the LEGO gum that is stuck to a real life running shoe. The colours are bright and the photos are fun. I give this a 4 out of 5 stars! This would make a great coffee table book. A great gift for photography lovers who also love LEGO. This isn't a book of extravagant LEGO builds. It is a book of still life photography with LEGO worked into the photos. We see breakfast with eggs made out of LEGO, or a toothbrush with LEGO toothpaste. I love the LEGO gum that is stuck to a real life running shoe. The colours are bright and the photos are fun. I give this a 4 out of 5 stars!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Dana

    Don't get me wrong, I love LEGOs and this is exactly the type of book I would flip through at the bookstore and look for construction ideas or inspiration.  But this is not really a book about LEGOs or something to inspire your Sunday LEGO construction projects. This is more of an interpretive art piece using LEGO as a medium. Some of the projects were very clever but others were slightly amateurish. Fun read to imagine projects with a younger child though. The bouquet of flowers was visually st Don't get me wrong, I love LEGOs and this is exactly the type of book I would flip through at the bookstore and look for construction ideas or inspiration.  But this is not really a book about LEGOs or something to inspire your Sunday LEGO construction projects. This is more of an interpretive art piece using LEGO as a medium. Some of the projects were very clever but others were slightly amateurish. Fun read to imagine projects with a younger child though. The bouquet of flowers was visually stunning and I liked the creativity of the petri dish. Visually the melted ice cream and gum on the shoe were really awesome. Thanks to Netgalley for a copy in exchange for an honest review.

  10. 5 out of 5

    *Tau*

    Some people think playing with Lego is only a children's activity That this is absolutely not true you can discover here with me Brightly colored still lifes of everyday scenes are shown in this book Are they all original and beautiful? Well, let's take a look* *Not actually a real look because photographs may not be reproduced here, but as a matter of speaking ;-) Art exists in many forms. Most people know the regular ones like painting, sculpture, … But it can be really enthralling when variations on Some people think playing with Lego is only a children's activity That this is absolutely not true you can discover here with me Brightly colored still lifes of everyday scenes are shown in this book Are they all original and beautiful? Well, let's take a look* *Not actually a real look because photographs may not be reproduced here, but as a matter of speaking ;-) Art exists in many forms. Most people know the regular ones like painting, sculpture, … But it can be really enthralling when variations on those forms are seeing the light. In this colorful book you're immersed during 144 pages in the world of Lego.If you expect to see images with Lego-bricks stacked on top of each other, you'll be disappointed. The approach is totally different, as in: take a lot of Lego-bricks of all imaginable colors and forms, imagine a real life situation and try to depict that scene just laying down everyday objects and Lego-bricks quite randomly. You could actually call it 'mixed media with Lego-bricks'. Some of the results are really nice, others are rather simple. Fact is that whether you use Lego or any other colorful material (f.e. little pieces of paper), it would almost be the same. Taking all this in consideration, this book could appeal to some people, but others will feel like there's something missing. Especially comparing to other Lego art (see f.e. this article). Imho the idea behind this book would come out much better if the best images (flower bouquet, pond, beach, flashlight, …) were used to illustrate a story (in rhyme?). That way the book would not only lean on the images, but on the written text as well. This would allow to create a more unified result rather than a random hodgepodge of images that sometimes have nothing to do with each other and that are not always equally original. Conclusion: This book doesn't live entirely up to the expectations of people who search for really original Lego art, but it has a lot of potential that could come into its own with some adjustments. *Thanks to NetGalley and Chronicle Books for providing a digital copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Panda Incognito

    This is a cute, almost entirely wordless book that is geared towards anyone who love Legos. Each page displays a different still life arrangement, and even though some of these include classic building elements, other pages feature loose Lego bricks that the authors positioned into representative shapes, such as colorful balloons. The book is very simple and goes by quickly, but is a fun option for Lego fans who want to think outside of the box. This is listed as adult nonfiction, but is complete This is a cute, almost entirely wordless book that is geared towards anyone who love Legos. Each page displays a different still life arrangement, and even though some of these include classic building elements, other pages feature loose Lego bricks that the authors positioned into representative shapes, such as colorful balloons. The book is very simple and goes by quickly, but is a fun option for Lego fans who want to think outside of the box. This is listed as adult nonfiction, but is completely appropriate for children. There is no objectionable content in it, and it is a fun book for all ages. Although people who want traditional building advice may find these still life set-ups too fanciful for their tastes, this creative book can inspire Lego fans to use their bricks in unconventional ways. I received a temporary digital copy through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Donna Maguire

    I really liked this book, you tend to just think of LEGO being bricks or sculptures/models and this one showed that they can be so much more! I liked the use of the bricks to create the photos and I can imagine the designers and photographers having loads of fun working on this book. Ideal read and gift for the LEGO fans out there! It is 5 stars from me for this one!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jeimy

    I was looking for Lego constructions, but got Lego arrangements instead. I want to think that the photographer was trying her hand at greebling, but I really hop that was not the case. DOn't get me wrong, the results are cute and whimsical, but, again, not what I was expecting. I was looking for Lego constructions, but got Lego arrangements instead. I want to think that the photographer was trying her hand at greebling, but I really hop that was not the case. DOn't get me wrong, the results are cute and whimsical, but, again, not what I was expecting.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Christine

    This is the cutest lego book. I could see this being in the classroom for when someone finishes their work, and needs to just read while others continue working. I do not know which page is my favorite. I do like makeup and so using legos, it still looks like makeup!!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Natalie Pietro

    It’s not good when your son asks if we can build some of the objects in this book and he can’t seem to complete one. You see when it came time to connecting the pieces he became dumbfounded that the Legos were not connected to one another. Example: My son tried to build the pencil but couldn’t understand how the square Lego could connect horizontally to the rectangular lego. It took him so long to understand that they were just laying next to each other that he just gave up. Same with the Lego p It’s not good when your son asks if we can build some of the objects in this book and he can’t seem to complete one. You see when it came time to connecting the pieces he became dumbfounded that the Legos were not connected to one another. Example: My son tried to build the pencil but couldn’t understand how the square Lego could connect horizontally to the rectangular lego. It took him so long to understand that they were just laying next to each other that he just gave up. Same with the Lego presents built from Duplos tied with gold ribbons. At the bottom of the page the present looked like it bursted open and had 10 small legos inside. My son too was confused as to how could the Duplos burst open and have 10 Legos inside it. I think I might need to spend some time with my son on art and using your imagination. All in all we love the creative out look on Legos they portrayed using every day items. Such as glasses, ice cube trays, paint buckets, magnifying glass. Using these items helped bring the Legos to life. Wish there was more insite into the inspirations for each piece and more Legos connected together. Still they did a great job utilizing the supplies they were handed. Fun quick read for the whole family.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Liz (Quirky Cat)

    I received a copy of LEGO Still Life with Bricks in exchange for a fair and honest review. What do you do when a box full of LEGOs shows up at your office door? You pull them out and start creating, of course! That is the premise behind LEGO Still Life with Bricks: The Art of Everyday Play, only to a whole new degree. In this collection of photographs, Lydia Ortiz (with some help from Michelle Clair) takes LEGOs and begins to playfully work them into real-life situations. They're funny, they're I received a copy of LEGO Still Life with Bricks in exchange for a fair and honest review. What do you do when a box full of LEGOs shows up at your office door? You pull them out and start creating, of course! That is the premise behind LEGO Still Life with Bricks: The Art of Everyday Play, only to a whole new degree. In this collection of photographs, Lydia Ortiz (with some help from Michelle Clair) takes LEGOs and begins to playfully work them into real-life situations. They're funny, they're cute, and they're certainly unique. This isn't your typical LEGO creations. There are no LEGO masterpieces here. Instead, these pieces all merge with other objects, having the LEGOs stand in for the real world in truly clever, and sometimes hilarious, ways. The collection is every bit as whimsical and fun as you might imagine. The photographs themselves are bold, simple, and surprisingly elegant. Between that and the colors of the backgrounds, the whimsy really does feel enhanced, almost like a story is being told throughout the pages. Check out more reviews over at Quirky Cat's Fat Stacks

  17. 4 out of 5

    Meredith

    **I received an e-ARC from NetGalley for an honest review** The book is up front with what it is about- it's a book of photos of legos. What is art to one person isn't always art to another. With that being said, I've played with lego blocks, for fun, for science projects, for art projects, and even for photography projects (though my photos were never this good!) I'll probably keep playing with them until the day I die, as they make a great way to mindlessly pass the time, especially during quara **I received an e-ARC from NetGalley for an honest review** The book is up front with what it is about- it's a book of photos of legos. What is art to one person isn't always art to another. With that being said, I've played with lego blocks, for fun, for science projects, for art projects, and even for photography projects (though my photos were never this good!) I'll probably keep playing with them until the day I die, as they make a great way to mindlessly pass the time, especially during quarantine. My favorites were the gum on the shoe, the plants growing in stages, the flashlight, the glass of champagne, and the makeup palette. Overall, five out of five for the beautiful photography. Perfect for little kids, or even a conversation starter book that you'd leave on a coffee table.

  18. 4 out of 5

    joyce w. laudon

    This has to be among the cutest books ever!!  The photos made me smile again and again.  How about a carton of Lego eggs along with two sunny side eggs in a cast iron pan?  How about Lego butter on a china butter dish?  Waffles, eggs and bacon anyone?  These are among the first delicious illustrations in this whimsical title.  Then, there are the men's ties, the necklaces, the artist's "paints" on a palette and again so much more. I guarantee that time spent with this book will cheer you up. Many This has to be among the cutest books ever!!  The photos made me smile again and again.  How about a carton of Lego eggs along with two sunny side eggs in a cast iron pan?  How about Lego butter on a china butter dish?  Waffles, eggs and bacon anyone?  These are among the first delicious illustrations in this whimsical title.  Then, there are the men's ties, the necklaces, the artist's "paints" on a palette and again so much more. I guarantee that time spent with this book will cheer you up. Many thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for this title in exchange for an honest review.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Courtney | Novel Maven

    This art photography book is a colorful, delightful collection of photographs that recreate food and everyday objects using LEGO bricks. The photos are charming, and some are "action shots" with changes between two photos creating a story. This book would be a wonderful coffee table book or gift for fans of still life or LEGO. Both children and adults alike will enjoy the creativity behind each photo. I received an electronic galley copy from the publisher through Netgalley in exchange for an hone This art photography book is a colorful, delightful collection of photographs that recreate food and everyday objects using LEGO bricks. The photos are charming, and some are "action shots" with changes between two photos creating a story. This book would be a wonderful coffee table book or gift for fans of still life or LEGO. Both children and adults alike will enjoy the creativity behind each photo. I received an electronic galley copy from the publisher through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Ilana

    It offers a moderately creative project, using small LEGO pieces displayed in various contexts. I was personally interested in the combination of materials and the results were fine, which means I just needed to refer to some home surroundings to figure out how to create my own project. From the visual point of view, the book is equally entincing. A recommended book to anyone looking to some out-of-the book ideas but not too far away from the frame. A pleasant entertainment for both children and It offers a moderately creative project, using small LEGO pieces displayed in various contexts. I was personally interested in the combination of materials and the results were fine, which means I just needed to refer to some home surroundings to figure out how to create my own project. From the visual point of view, the book is equally entincing. A recommended book to anyone looking to some out-of-the book ideas but not too far away from the frame. A pleasant entertainment for both children and adults. Disclaimer: Book offered by the publisher in exchange for an honest review

  21. 4 out of 5

    Oxana Tomova

    LEGO Still Life with Bricks: The Art of Everyday Play is a collection of pictures of reality mixed with LEGOs. The pictures are pretty and well done. A lot of them depict LEGO made food, and I must say, it got me hungry. Overall, the book put a big smile on my face. I'd recommend the book to fans of LEGO and to people that enjoy mixed-reality pictures. *Thanks to NetGalley and Chronicle Books for providing me with an ARC of this title in exchange for an honest review.* LEGO Still Life with Bricks: The Art of Everyday Play is a collection of pictures of reality mixed with LEGOs. The pictures are pretty and well done. A lot of them depict LEGO made food, and I must say, it got me hungry. Overall, the book put a big smile on my face. I'd recommend the book to fans of LEGO and to people that enjoy mixed-reality pictures. *Thanks to NetGalley and Chronicle Books for providing me with an ARC of this title in exchange for an honest review.*

  22. 4 out of 5

    Mary G.

    So creative - I loved discovering all the different ways the authors used LEGO bricks. I was originally expecting that the art would only include LEGO bricks, but I was pleasantly surprised to see how well they were integrated with other everyday materials. A great book to help kids explore their creativity! Thank you to Chronicle Books for providing an ARC on NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

    Ice Cream Cones, birds on a wire, a flashlight. These are just three of the still art pictures included in this book. Legos are used in creative ways, to create images that are easily recognizable. This is a fun little book and would be a good gift for your lego loving family member. However, it is not a how-to book. There are no directions for the builds. Instead, there are everyday images that might spark some creatively, or if nothing else, bring a smile to their face.

  24. 4 out of 5

    BookBlanketFort

    Delightful book with colorful pictures and no words. The designer uses LEGO to create scenes such as LEGO bubblegum strings stuck to a shoe; spilled LEGO wine pieces toppling out of a wineglass; LEGO makeup palette and so on. Great book if you love visual design or LEGO. I received a free electronic copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Anneliese Grassi

    What an interesting and creative display of the non-typical use of Legos. I spent quite a bit of time looking at each page just marveling at the concepts and precision of each Lego, even though it wasn't used to build as they usually are. I really enjoyed the growing plant photos, I think those were my favorite, but there were a few that I didn't quite know what they were. But overall, this was a very well thought out and entertaining book. I won this book in a Goodreads Giveaway. What an interesting and creative display of the non-typical use of Legos. I spent quite a bit of time looking at each page just marveling at the concepts and precision of each Lego, even though it wasn't used to build as they usually are. I really enjoyed the growing plant photos, I think those were my favorite, but there were a few that I didn't quite know what they were. But overall, this was a very well thought out and entertaining book. I won this book in a Goodreads Giveaway.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kat

    Lego has another beautiful and inventive book about being creative beyond it's original use. I highly recommend this book for purchase. It is a perfect way for looking at creativity in a new and exciting way. Creating concepts that will captive and inspire kids. Lego has another beautiful and inventive book about being creative beyond it's original use. I highly recommend this book for purchase. It is a perfect way for looking at creativity in a new and exciting way. Creating concepts that will captive and inspire kids.

  27. 5 out of 5

    KMo

    I enjoyed the unique premise of the book and the fun, original designs (the ramen was my favorite!). I think kids and adults will like this, it would make a great conversation piece for your coffee table!

  28. 4 out of 5

    emily sopt

    A great coffee table book for all ages! Such a great little book filled with lego art that will inspire adults as well as kids, basically if you love lego, grew up with lego, play with lego, here's a great book that you can put on display or gift to a fellow lego lover! A great coffee table book for all ages! Such a great little book filled with lego art that will inspire adults as well as kids, basically if you love lego, grew up with lego, play with lego, here's a great book that you can put on display or gift to a fellow lego lover!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Risse

    It's an interesting book. The imagination and creativity behind it all. I wouldn't have bought it at the store or anything but it was a nice to look and scan through. It's an interesting book. The imagination and creativity behind it all. I wouldn't have bought it at the store or anything but it was a nice to look and scan through.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Susie

    My granddaughters loved it!

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