The festival Nordic Matters is launching on Saturday 14 January in the Southbank Centre in London, with an opening weekend of fika and fun for all the family, inviting everyone to immerse themselves in Nordic culture, music, storytelling, workshops and a marvellous cinnamon bun bake-off!
Make the count down to Christmas fly by with a fun and exciting advent calendar – bought ready made to save you time and hassle. Here are some really cool ready made Advent Calendars from Scandinavia your little one will love! And there’s something for you too…
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A Lego leaflet from 1974 was posted on Reddit this weekend and with it’s simple messaging (and very Scandinavian way of explaining things) immediately got trending on Social Media, as the content is as relevant today as it was 40 years ago. It’s not what you create but being creative that counts and this is way the original lego brick is so brilliant.
Featuring over 80 art sculptures created from more than a million LEGO bricks by US artist Nathan Sawaya The Art of the Brick has been proclaimed by CNN as one of the ‘world’s 10 must-see exhibitions’. From new conceptual pieces to replicas of iconic classical artwork, this travelling exhibition would be of great interest for the entire family.
The Danish toy giant Lego has since the 1940’s been a hugely popular unisex toy. The success is down to the simplicity, with only your own imagination setting the limit on what to build. After a few challenging years, Lego, with its release of the ‘Research Institute’, finally puts girls in their place!
It was with limited interest we recently came across viral sensation, the 7 year olds letter addressed to Lego. The previous stunt to object to the new Lego Friends series for girls had just died out, so a new campaign was obviously due?