Skyhorse publishing has brought out another LEGO & Art related book. In his new book "Bricksy – Unauthorised Underground Brick Street Art” the artist Jeff Friesen presents his personal vision of street art with a touch of ABS.   Bricksy presents a critical view of...
The LDraw Team has sent out the following announcement:   The 2015-01 LDraw Parts Update has now been released. This update includes 502 new files in the core library, including 338 new parts and 34 new primitives.   This update includes an unusually large, but welcome,...
Heartlake city is expanding and part of that expansion includes a brand new airport. There are two sets in this section of Heartlake City, the Heartlake City Airport, which features a complete terminal and a large airliner, and the smaller Heartlake Privaye Jet that comes with a metal detector...
Yoshihito Isogawa is already a household name when it comes to clever LEGO Technic and MINDSTORMS contraptions. He gained international recognition in the AFOL community with his LEGO construction guide Tora No Maki[ [1]. nitially the book was published by Isogawa himself as a PDF file, but the...
I’m a big Castle fan, so when I read that one of the new titles no starch press were releasing in September was “Medieval LEGO” I was even more curious to see the book than with many of their other excellent LEGO related titles. I have since received a copy of the book. So what...

Welcome to HispaBrick Magazine

Welcome all to the website about HispaBrick Magazine®. Here you can find news and information related to this magazine, published in Spanish and in English, about the world of LEGO® bricks.

Forthose who do not know it yet, the magazine can be downloaded as a PDF file from the links provided under downloads. If you prefer, you can also get a printed version through bubok. You will only pay printing and shipping costs as this is a non-profit publication.

HispaBrick Magazine started in 2008 as an initiative of some Spanish AFOLs in order to preserve the best MOCs and articles that were published in their community for ‘posterity’. In addition to the warm welcome from Spanish speaking AFOLs, it soon became clear that there was much interest from people who did not read that language. The second edition of the magazine already contained a number of articles in both Spanish and English and as of issue 003, HispaBrick Magazine has been published in two editions of identical content, one in Spanish and one in English.

As the interest in the magazine has grown, so has the group of people who are directly involved in the project. What started out as a small local effort has transformed into a magazine with an international readership around which acommunity has grown.


 The HispaBrick Magazine community team



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HBM 023

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