You may have heard the Bricks LA LEGO Convention was held recently. Some fan sites were advertising it, some had free ticket giveaways. I was lucky enough to be able to attend on the Saturday, here's a peek into what you may have missed.

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We have some sad news to share today. Recently one of our senior admins, Simon, had to leave Rebrickable for health reasons. Unfortunately, we received news from his family that he passed away on 19th December, at the age of 62.

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2019 is over, and was a very busy year for Rebrickable. We have continued to experience fairly rapid growth and it has at times been a struggle to keep up!

The 2019 site traffic has jumped considerably over 2018:

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...according to your trusted Admin team. The New Year is upon us, we wanted to share some our our personal favorites from the past 12 months. This list is based purely on sets we enjoyed most (for whatever reason) and not any specific criteria. Enjoy!

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Summer is here, for most people that means Sun, Sea, and Se....Sea Creatures! 44 years ago to the day (June 20th) Jaws was released. The movie that changed the industry and created the Summer Blockbuster also tarnished the reputation of a whole species for generations. Jaws inspired me to write this but as I researched it I came across a whole host of great Sea Creature sets that weren't limited to sharks so I expanded the list.

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LEGO’s core business is, as we all know, selling toys. But over the years, LEGO has grown beyond that. For instance, after the Dark Ages, LEGO started realizing, that it’s not just children that build with the bricks, but a lot of adults are too. This resulted in themes like Modular buildings and Architecture. When LEGO introduced Mindstorms back in 1998, it was meant to get children interested in programming. But it were the adults (and teens) that picked up this theme, and when they found out the limitations that the first Mindstorms software had, they quickly climbed behind their keyboards and started writing their own custom software. (Luckily LEGO learned from them, and improved the system, cooperating with the creative minds, instead of keeping everything ‘in house’).

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So another year has come and gone, for me 2018 seemed to go by very quickly! Rebrickable is now 7 years old, so let's take a look at how big it has grown :)

Looking at 2018 traffic, there was a significant increase over

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LEGO Christmas trees have been a staple of the Holiday Season for decades. There have been multiple interpretations on how this should be executed and I will be sharing a few of my favorites, along with some not so great ones. From Advent Calendar offerings to the popular Winter Village sets, here’s the good, the bad, and the ugly.

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What will LEGO bring us in 2019? No more Nexo Knights for sure, but will we get more Elves? More Crimes of Grindelwald and LEGO Movie II, no doubt, and new themes such as Forma, Overwatch and Toy Story. The 20th Anniversary of LEGO Star Wars. But what is "Confidential AL" and what about those Chinese sets? Is Junior now 4+? For answers to all these questions, and many more, read on...

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Time to see what happened in 2017 and play with some numbers!

The volume of traffic received in 2017 was fairly close to 2016, with a much smaller growth compared to previous years.

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