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For Idealog's just-released design issue, we got some of our favourite humans from the fields of art, design, architecture and creative business to play with Lego. Artist Josh Lancaster (or, more accurately, the Josh Lancaster 'mini-figure') developed a series of Lego landscapes inspired by Auckland and Hawkes Bay. After receiving almost 100 elaborate bribes and sob stories for the Lancaster Lego masterpiece, we picked through the bunch and found our deserving winner. Read on below for some of our favourite entries.

Design Month, brought to you by DNA

At Idealog, we regularly celebrate our community’s brilliance. But for our just released design issue, we wanted to showcase some of that brilliance in a slightly different way. So we contacted Lego to see if it could provide a few blocks to send out to some of our favourite humans from the fields of art, design, architecture and creative business. Here's what Previously Unavailable's James Hurman came up with.

Design Month, brought to you by DNA

At Idealog, we regularly celebrate our community’s brilliance. But for our just released design issue, we wanted to showcase some of that brilliance in a slightly different way. So we contacted Lego to see if it could provide a few blocks to send out to some of our favourite humans from the fields of art, design, architecture and creative business. Here's what The Pallet Kingdom's Adriana Avendaño Christie came up with.

Block Party

At Idealog, we regularly celebrate our community’s brilliance. But for our just released design issue, we wanted to showcase some of that brilliance in a slightly different way. So we contacted Lego to see if it could provide a few blocks to send out to some of our favourite humans from the fields of art, design, architecture and creative business. Here's what architects Warren and Mahoney came up with.

Block Party

At Idealog, we regularly celebrate our community’s brilliance. But for Idealog’s design issue, we wanted to showcase some of that brilliance in a slightly different way. So we contacted Lego to see if it could provide a few blocks to send out to some of our favourite humans from the fields of art, design, architecture and creative business.

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