Pictures from LEGO World 2014 in Copenhagen.

So in februar the Two Chicks went into the LEGO World here in Copenhagen. Marie already made a review, but without photos. So now I wanted to show you all some of my favorite little models. I hope to make at least some of them!


My sigfig went brick diving

Can you find her?


Copenhagen LEGO World 2014 – ABC review

A world of LEGO sounds amazing right?
B ricks everywhere – 22 truckloads plus AFOL MOCs and wares for the shop. The
C hicks, yours truly, were of course there.
D uplon troopers (aka. children) and their money machines (aka. parents) outnumbered the AFOLs by far.
E minent MOCs were the main attraction for us;
F antasy realms, Danish countryside, historic landmarks, Copenhagen theme park, Tivoli, and microbuilds.
G eeks when they are most awesome (though some of the exhibitors seemed quite tired of people on this the forth day).
H ours went by exploring the LEGO World – five to be exact.
I n the end we had had enough of Duplon Troopers and they themselves had had enough stimuli for one day, having
Jumped in those tubs of bricks (how do they not hurt their feet when walking on bricks?!)
Kragle was not anywhere to be seen – but the LEGO movie did get some attention, though surprisingly little.
Looking at new individual bricks and bricks new to us was how we spend the majority of our time. It is great MOC inspiration to actually hold the pieces in your hand.
M y future plans for building were definitely altered this day. Less building sets and more MOCs: I will strive to make my city,
N eufalkenburg, neat and unique. We also got our names printed
O n a brick. We took loads of
P hotos and will of course share them with you. Some of them today.
Questions arose: Where do all the bricks at the LEGO World come from – sets or directly from production? What happens with them afterwards?
(Radical idea: Let me have them!)
Seeing bricks being produced, printed and packed was an interesting experience. Your
T wo chicks were quite content, this means content for you, our audience, to see and read.
Under the circumstances – the target group is children – LEGO World was great. I recorded some
V ideos – a couple of them are already on Facebook.
Wouldn’t you like to see bricks being printed live? It’s not
X-rated so go to Facebook, check it out! In conclusion:
Y ou should definitely go to a LEGO World if you get the chance, but
Z ones specifically for AFOLs would make it more attractive to, well, AFOLs.

Excited chicks and 20 tons of bricks!


Opening in 20 minutes…!