Henry Pinto and Cade Franklin shot to fame during the first season of LEGO® Masters Australia when they brought home the winners’ trophy. With a generous dose of creativity, to say nothing about a fair bit of talent in the ‘building with bricks’ department, Henry and Cade have released a book, in time for Fathers’ Day here in Australia.Continue reading
I have received a note from the casting team at Endemol-Shine, the production company looking after LEGO® Masters Australia- they are looking for passionate LEGO builders to apply for season 4.
The show has certainly raised the profile of Adult LEGO Builders in Australia over the last few years, bringing a return to family evening viewing.
If you are interested, you can read more, and apply, here.
For Australian AFOLs, unless you have been diligently avoiding using the word ‘LEGO’ during your interactions with the internet, the Social Media Algorithmic robots have undoubtedly been been serving up advertisements for LEGO Masters Australia. The first episode goes to air tonight on Channel 9 and their streaming service, 9Now. Sorry about any geolocked aspects in the rest of the world. I’m sure if you are passionate about such things, Life Will Find A Way!Continue reading
Are you Crazy About LEGO Bricks and is your imagination limitless?
Do you think you have what it takes to build for glory in the biggest battle of the Bricks that Australia has ever seen?
EndemolShine Australia are looking for passionate builders to take part in a new Television How: “LEGO Masters”
Interested? Go to www.LEGOCasting.com.au for further details. They are looking for teams of two, both adult and minors to take part.
Are you up for the challenge? Why not leave your comments below.