For the second year running, Guinness World Records is partnering with Brick and will be attending this year’s event at ExCeL London.

Built by LEGO fans for LEGO fans, the show features amazing creations on display from the world’s best LEGO builders, have-a-go themed areas, brick pits, workshops from professional builders, and a brick market place where you can pick up new and second hand Lego.

Guinness World Records will once again have its very own GWRLive! stand at this year’s show, which takes place between the 10th to the 13th of December, offering visitors the chance to become a record breaker.

Craig Glenday at Brick 2014Among the records set at last year’s BRICK was the title for the Largest LEGO® videogame diorama. Using pieces from LEGO® Minecraft sets, visitors were invited to take part in the attempt and to leave their own mark on the incredible plastic block landscape. The final construction measured an incredible 17.13 m² (184 sq ft) - a record that event organisers are hoping will be beat during this year's event.

Take a look at the attempt from back in 2014 in the video below:

There will also be an a new attempt at the record for Largest Great Ball Contraption, following on from the successful attempt at the title during last year's event, which was built from LEGO® Technics by Maico Arts.

This year at BRICK there will be several individual challenges ready for you to take part in.

Those who register the best score for each challenge will be invited by an official adjudicator to attempt a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ record-title, so be ready to go home with a certificate and a world record!

We met many new talents on the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ stand at BRICK 2014 and witnessed a number of new records being set. This year, it could be YOU.

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