LEGO© CreationsCategory: LEGO© Creations

LEGO Christmas holiday creations

8 December, 2010 (12:00) | LEGO© Creations

So I sat down this year looking for inspiration, and all I could come up with was a big old wreath. It looked terrible. I don’t have enough of the moss/vine/accent pieces, and I certainly don’t have enough flat green pieces. So, I scratched that and created the stocking. It’s about 8 inches tall, and […]

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The Brick Artist – Nathan Sawaya

24 November, 2010 (12:00) | LEGO© Creations

Nathan Sawaya, known as the brick artist, is my favorite LEGO artist around.  He mixes brick with modern art sculpture.  His latest project is Hugman, where he leaves a LEGO man hugging random urban objects.  Kind of a viral marketing technique, kind of a Banksy method, but still entertaining and unique in it’s own way.  […]

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Old McLEGO had a farm

1 October, 2010 (12:00) | LEGO© Creations

So this is a MOC (My Own Creation) that I did a year or so ago in a similar design, but never documented it. I’m a lot happier with the lower profile of this incarnation over the boxier first version I did. My initial intent was just to test my abilities with gears and the […]

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Settlers of Catan in LEGO

27 August, 2010 (12:00) | LEGO© Creations

I realize that I won’t be able to blog frequently on my own LEGO creations, so I’ll showcase the works of other people as well. This one was displayed at Brickfest by Suzanne Rich

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23 June, 2010 (12:00) | LEGO© Creations

  When I first brought my LEGO collection from my mom’s house to my house, I created a large scale LEGO man.  It was a little smaller, didn’t have moving arms, it had a baseball hat, and it had a double pocket torso, but it was very similar to this one. I had a few difficulties finding enough […]

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Pittsburgh Penguins logo in LEGO bricks

11 May, 2010 (20:43) | LEGO© Creations

I was inspired to recreate the Pittsburgh Penguins logo in LEGO bricks on Sunday.     It took about 2.5 hours from start to finish.  I started off with just making the yellow triangle in the back to figure out what scale I would be able to achieve with the pieces I have.  I knew I wanted to make it a […]

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