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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 […]

LEGO Masters Australia is back!

LEGO Masters Australia is back! This season is so much bigger, brighter and crazier than last year. We can’t wait to share it with Australia again! Here’s your first sneak peek at the brick-built AWESOMENESS that’s coming soon to channel 9:

A Brickman Brickvention 2020 wrap-up

Halfway through 2019 Ryan decided that the whole team could build whatever that wanted to for Melbourne’s premier LEGO® Fan exhibition, Brickvention 2020. Needless to say, the whole team was pretty excited! The idea was for every team member, from our Inventory Manager through to Ryan himself, to build LEGO® models to showcase their skills […]

Brickman Cities coming to Scienceworks Melbourne!

Thanks to LEGO Masters Australia we can now announce that we’re bringing our new LEGO® experience, Brickman Cities, home to Melbourne’s Scienceworks from 15th June! Brickman Cities focuses on some of the world’s greatest cities – Dubai, London, New York, Sydney and Tokyo – with Brickman’s trademark cut-away detailed models representing three massive skyscrapers from each […]

Brickman Cities is coming!

We’re so pumped to reveal our latest LEGO brick exhibition – Brickman Cities! We’re even more excited to be able to announce that we’re collaborating with LEGO® CITY on the show! The exhibition focuses on some of the world’s greatest Cities, explores their history with LEGO® bricks and then invites you to build them into the future […]

LEGO® brick Parliament House

2018 marks the 30th Anniversary of Canberra’s iconic Parliament House and as part of the celebrations they commissioned us to build an enormous LEGO® brick version of Australia’s Parliament House. You can can visit Parliament House this Saturday 6th October to be one of the first to see it! Parliament House is a vast structure […]

Wonders of the World hits New Zealand

After a massive tour around Australia we’ve brought our second touring LEGO exhibition, Wonders of the World, across the Tasman to New Zealand! We had a huge run at the amazing Museum of New Zealand Te Papa in Wellington where 100,000 people saw the show and now we’re heading north to Hamilton, then Auckland. We’re […]

Throwback Thursday LEGO® Brick Rouse Hill Farm

For these week’s Throwback Thursday we’re going all the way back to … May this year! In what was one of our biggest collaborative projects, Sydney Living Museums​ commissioned us to build a 3.5 m x 1.5m replica of the historic Rouse Hill House and Farm​ in Sydney. It was so big in fact the […]

Throwback Thursday LEGO® Brick Auckland Skytower

Here’s a Throwback Thursday especially for a Kiwi friends! Back in 2013 Ryan was given his first commission for Auckland’s Toyco toy store- and given floorspace was at a premium he decided to build a vertical model, and what better than Auckland’s tallest building the Skytower? As with many of our builds it all started […]

Brickman Experience returns to Melbourne

Our original interactive Brickman Experience exhibition is back home in Melbourne these school holidays at Harbour Town Melbourne for the final time in Australia! Before we take the show overseas we wanted to farewell Australia back in our home town of Melbourne, so we brought it back, with a few new models that weren’t built […]

Throwback Thursday: LEGO® brick Shanghai Tower

In this week’s Throwback Thursday we’re going back to another skyscraper model and our LEGO​® brick model of the world’s 2nd tallest building- the 632m tall, 128 level Shanghai Tower​! Apart from the sheer height of the building (over 3m in the 1:200 scale that the entire Towers of Tomorrow exhibition was built in) the […]

Throwback Thursday: LEGO® brick Tokyo Skytree

For this Throwback Thursday we’re going back to Japan and probably the hardest model Ryan had to build for Sydney Living Museums’ Towers of Tomorrow exhibition- a 2m+ version of the Tokyo Skytree tower! The skytree’s distinctive white latticework was hard enough to build, but it was made even tougher thanks to the fact it […]

Throwback Thursday: LEGO® brick 101 Collins St Tower

When Ryan built his version of 101 Collins St Melbourne in 2011, it was Australia’s tallest LEGO brick model at over 2 metres tall! Ryan chose to build this particular skyscraper mainly because he used to look at it all the time in his old job! It was also very square and relatively LEGO friendly […]

Throwback Thursday: LEGO® Brick Brisbane Hospital

Here’s a Throwback Thursday especially for our Queensland fans! Back in 2011 Ryan was commissioned to build models of the planned new Children’s Hospital in Brisbane, later renamed to Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital​. At the time Brisbane had 2 aging Children’s Hospitals and both were to be closed and replaced by the new hospital, so […]

Throwback Thursday: LEGO® brick Pompeii

mrkFor this week we’re flying back in time to the 3rd LEGO® build we have done for Sydney University’s Nicholson Museum- LEGO® Pompeii! Being a museum piece we couldn’t show the city being destroyed, because we wouldn’t be able to show the history of the city, so we chose to depict the city the moment […]

Throwback Thursday: LEGO® Brick MCG

To celebrate the opening of Wonders of the World in Ryan’s hometown of Melbourne we figured we’d throwback to one of Ryan’s most memorable Melbourne models- the legendary MCG! Ryan’s huge version of the Melbourne Cricket Ground actually holds the Australian record for the most number of LEGO minifigures in one model – at well over […]

Throwback Thursday: LEGO Sydney Opera House

Considering the construction of the actual Sydney Opera House was started in 1959 on 1st March, it seems appropriate that this week’s Throwback Thursday is all about Ryan’s versions of this Australian icon. Of course it’s even more appropriate that Ryan build the Opera House from LEGO bricks, because the original architect of the Opera […]

Throwback Thursday: LEGO Acropolis now in Athens!

Back in 2013  Ryan built a LEGO model of Athen’s famed Acropolis temple complex and the iconic columned Parthenon. The huge diorama was built as part of a series of models (the first being the Colosseum) built around ancient history for Sydney University’s Nicholson Museum. The Nicholson Museum then donated the model to the Acropolis […]

Wonders of the World Brisbane Open & Tour Announced!

Great Barrier Reef

It’s been an epic first week up in Brisbane for our new Wonders of the World exhibition! It was both exhilarating and slightly frightening to show all the models we’ve been working on for over a year to the public for the first time. But seeing the looks on the faces of the kids ( […]

Wonders of the World Launched!

I’m so excited to be able to finally share the news about the show we’ve been building towards for over a year! The world premiere of Wonders of the World will be in Brisbane from 23rd November. We will be there until the 14th Dec, after which we move onto our Australian tour heading to Sydney, […]

AMP Buildings

AMP commissioned me to make a model of their original building, an iconic curved office block at Sydney’s Circular Quay, and their proposed new building- a stunning modern building that’s all angled glass and gardens with a mall underneath it! You can see the old building well in this shot. The old AMP Building was […]

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