Here’s a couple of small models I have made for a department store in Sydney.
The timing is rather ironic as I am going to be in Sydney from the 20th to the 29th of April
at the Sydney Brick show. Make sure you come along and say G’day.
Here’s the website, where you can buy tickets online.
I recently had the chance to take a trip over to New Zealand.
To say it is a beautiful country does not do it justice.
Whilst I was over there i managed to slot in a slot on breakfast TV, promoting the National LEGO building competition.
Here’s a link to the Interview, and here’s a close up of some flowers I gave to the shows hosts.
Nothing to do over Easter? Live in Sydney? Want to come and play LEGO?
I’ll be in the harbour city over the next few weeks;
21 March 1st April
10am to 4pm every day
Sydney Family Show
In the Entertainment Quarter at Moore Park.
Come along to say hello and lets build some amazing things together!
(My 250,000 brick LEGO Love boat has also set sail, for its first visit to Sydney! – come and check it out.)
Here’s an interesting one, I had to make a city scene for a photoshoot, I sort of modelled it on New York, but added a few more Aussie Details to it.
here’s my favourite view of the city. (For full detailed shots check out my flickr page)
Bonus points if you can guess what TV show the restaurant was in.
Here’s a 3D”ish” mosaic I completed for a company in Sydney.
The “greebling” effect works pretty well on mosaics, it adds depth and detail to an otherwise plain logo.
I was recently contacted by a lady who wanted a mosaic done of her family, and being super cool she didn’t mind if I played around with a bit of colour.
Inspired by Andy Warhol; “Four Square” brings a bit of life to their new family portrait.
Here’s 100,000 Bricks with rotors! Ok, well its a little bit more complicated than that….. My latest model built for Brickvention 2013. Come along and see it in all its glory. At just under 4m long and over 1m high, its one of my larger creations, full of very difficult technical challenges it was a […]
t’s not often that I look forward to getting home and opening my mail, like most mail nowadays its all bills or junk mail, but after a few weeks travelling to various places I had a rather heavy package waiting for me. The package was from No Starch Press, who are a publisher of a […]
I’ll be up in Queensland from the 8th to the 19th of August at Ekka in Brisbane. Come and see my giant Saturn V rocket and hep me build something for this yars Ekka theme: The Farm of the Future!
My Latest Project is now live; A 200,000 brick LEGO Colosseum. Without doubt one of the hardest things I have ever made given its shape and detail requirements. I’ve given it my customary “cut away” treatment and split it in two time phases, current day ruins, and also at 80AD when it was opened for the first time. […]