Brickvention 2020 Spotlight: LEGO® St Louis Gateway Arch

For our last Brickvention 2020 Spotlight we’re focusing on Stephan’s enormous LEGO® Technic version of the St Louis Gateway Arch. Perhaps not so well known outside the US, the Gateway Arch is the largest human-made arch in the world and is a massive 192m tall! Stephan lived and worked in St Louis for a number […]

Throwback Thursday: LEGO​® Elvis Firefighting Helicopter

This week’s Throwback Thursday is probably our most infamous model- The giant firefighting Erickson Skycrane named “Elvis”! Elvis is actually a Canadian skycrane that the Australian firefighting service borrows each summer to help contain and fight bushfires. It was Ryan’s twin boys who told him he had to build Elvis when they saw it flying […]

Throwback Thursday: LEGO® brick A380

This week’s Throwback Thursday takes us right back to 2009 and one of Ryan’s most important models- the A380 model which set Ryan on the path to become Australia’s first LEGO Certified Professional! Long before he became an LCP, Ryan was a long-time fan of both planes and the cutaway books, so when it came to […]

Saturn V Rocket makes the Guinness Book of Records!

Australia’s tallest LEGO model, Ryan’s massive 6 metre tall Saturn V Rocket and Launch tower, has just been featured in the Guinness Book of World Records- Blockbuster edition for 2017! We thought this was a great reason to look back at the Rocket model itself, which was built way back in 2012, and first displayed […]

Picture Frames

I was just playing around tonight and I made up a few picture frames. I have plenty of ideas for different ones, but these seemed like a little bit of fun. I did ask my darling wife if I thought they looked cute, the response was immediate: “LEGO is not cute!”. I think its clearly […]

Ships Ahoy!

Well, it seems that the next big thing is under way, literally that is! After last years Airbus model, ive been thinking about a cruise ship, and of course there is none better than the Love Boat! Split in half to reveal a fully detailed interior it will be just over 3.2 meters in length […]

Brickworld Chicago 2010 recap

Well folks, Brickworld has been and gone, I’m back from the good old US of A I have to say it was an amazing show, so many great models, so many great people, I had a real blast, also a huge thanks to my mum and father in law; Alan who helped me! Couldn’t have […]

Another Airbus Update

Airbus A380 Follow up, Well The airbus it seems has literally “taken off” i have been very lucky to have been blogged by about a dozen different sources, including by Tim at The brothers brick: www.brothers-brick.com  which is my favourite Lego blog site, and one which i check and read every day. I have a […]

Airbus Update

Airbus Update, Well its about time i posted an update on the Airbus,  and posted a little picture 🙂 It is going along really well, i have been very focussed on the NXT side of things, and a bit of programming work for the controlling systems, i had to get some help from some external […]

On Brick Printing

Well, i dont want to open a can of worms, but: I really do not like putting stickers on my LEGO(r) bricks, simply because it further limits what i can do with those bricks, and mainly because, well they end up getting tattered and battered, and the look ordinary.  Printed bricks on the other hand […]

Airbus Work in Progress

I’ve been asked by a lot of people to share my progress on my latest large MOC, my Airbus A380. Normally i am loathed to take and share pictures of Work in Progress, as so much can change and may not have finished parts or certain details. Which is the case here, i have just […]

Lots of New Stuff!

There are 5 new galleries available, all minifig scale. Including one of my favourite MOC’s from the classic movie Ferris Beullers Day Off. Also watch out for a classic scene from the movie Rainman Touring Bus Cameron, You Killed the car! Catch of the day Lots of Queens Big Wheels See the galleries section for […]

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