Bricktionary: The Interactive Lego Brick Exhibition
Melbourne Museum is playing host to the A-to-Z of Lego — including more than 150 impressive models, plus six interactive building zones.
September 05, 2022
When it comes to whipping up Lego masterpieces, the sky's pretty much the limit; whether you fancy building a design based on Van Gogh's The Starry Night, or an un-killable plastic orchid. And here to remind us of that vast creative scope is Bricktionary: The Interactive Lego Brick Exhibition — Melbourne Museum's playful new showcase featuring a hefty one million plastic Lego bricks.
Running from Saturday, September 3–Sunday, January 29, it's a hands-on exhibition for Lego enthusiasts young and old, based on Ryan 'The Brickman' McNaught's latest book, The Bricktionary: The Ultimate A-Z of Lego.
Head along to check out more than 150 impressive Lego models; some of which have starred on TV's Lego Masters Australia and others that have never been seen before. And if wandering amongst giant brick animals, miniature worlds and other fantastical sculptures leaves you feeling inspired, you'll find six different 'build zones' on which to unleash your own creativity. You can design your own robot, or take on the challenge of knocking together a model that'll survive an earthquake.
Images: Eugene Hyland