A group of Brickish Association members recently collaborated on this excellent Miami themed diorama Bricksboro Beach. What is particularly impressive is how cohesive it all appears. Many collaborative dioramas look a bit pieced together but this one looks ‘whole’. I’ve linked straight to the set to ensure you can see as many details as possible. There are many and they are neat.
I’ll quote Ralph S (madphysicist) for the details of the collaboration:
Bricksboro Beach is a collaborative project built by 11 members of the Brickish Association for the Great Western LEGO show held in Swindon on October 3rd and 4th of 2009.
It started with Ed Diment (Lego Monster) and I discussing ideas for building a ‘thirties airport with hangars, planes from that era and a nice art-deco terminal building. We soon started discussion adding more art-deco buildings and not long after that we decided to drop the whole airport idea and go for a beach community similar to Miami Beach.
Ed coordinated the build and got more members involved: Stuart Crawshaw, Mandy Dee, Annie Diment, Naomi Farr, Jonathon Goldsworthy, Ian and Julie Greig, Doug Idle and Darren Smith. many of the minifig scale MOCs that i’ve built in the last two to three months were all intended for this project and I think all of us involved are justifiably well-plased with the end result of all of our work.