Brick Loot is a monthly subscription box company for LEGO and Brick fanatics! Subscribers will receive a monthly box filled with unique, custom and never-before-seen items that work with LEGO bricks and custom building. Each month your Brick Loot box is filled with 4-8 items that were hand-picked by Brick specialists who scour the world for the newest and coolest products for you to collect.
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January's Brick Loot theme is "Welcome back to Brick City!". Boxes include an info card.
This exclusive build was designed by Kyle Domutz. This small space is a replica of what some urban gardens look like. It's a fenced-in, walled area where you can grow your favourite vegetables and plants.
Mini City Vegetable Market
Every Brick City needs a fresh vegetable market your minifigures can shop at. Get fresh veggies daily and be sure to try the famous carrots.
Mini City Store
Minifigures are always trying to communicate better and want the latest technology! Even though it is VEGGIE Toen, nobody can live without and APPLE in hand!
This did not come in any packaging. I assume it's because it's the only way it would fit in the box.
Brick Blox Tape
Brick Blox Tape lets you create a buildable area anywhere! Stick it to the wall, your lunch box or even the ceiling. The possibilities are endless.
Exclusive Art Print
An exclusive art print by Greg Hyland. These prints are a Brick Loot regular.
Carrot Dealer Custom Minifigure
The Carrot Dealer is working hard on the street to get you to come shop at the Vegetable Market for snack time. He is wearing a custom Carrot Costume by Crazy Bricks and an exclusive custom printed LEGO tile.
This month's Brick Loot was mostly garden builds with the random Apple store thrown in. I just realized what the little black pieces are that stick out on the side of these store builds. They are so you can attach each store together! We were wondering what that extra piece was for. Now it makes sense. It looks like they're continuing the Brick City theme with February's box.
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