Ryan Wood proposed via this giant LEGO ring. Pretty cool idea, if you ask me. This happened back in 2006, but Ryan just posted new and improved pics. His lovely wife, Katie, built this cool mosaic of their wedding. She displayed it at BrickCon 2007, but I don’t think we ever blogged it.
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. . . the more they stay the same. Mike Stimpson’s (balakov) interpretation of the classic photo by Jeff Widener of the Associated Press seems quite timely to feature today though he made it some time ago. Twenty years after Tiananmen Square and my understanding is that due to the press blackout on this image Continue reading →
This is one of Tony Sava‘s older builds, but its a darn good one. We hadn’t featured it before and he just took a new, improved picture of it. So take a ride on the Polar Express! By the way, Tony is featured in the newest issue of Railbricks. I believe this is their first-ever Continue reading →
Moko’s latest hair technique gives me an excuse to post his beautiful girl in a kimono (something we haven’t featured before): Via The Living Brick, Ochre Jelly’s new LEGO sculpture blog.
This is a rather old one, by Kevin Huxhold. I’ve never seen it before so I’m blogging it! Why? Because I can! And it’s really cool….
Dan Rubin has reposted pics of one of his old builds and it’s worth showing off…especially since we’d neglected to post it before. The bulky, yet sleek, lines make this craft pop.
Our focus here on The Brothers Brick is new creations (unless we’re fooled on Brickshelf, as we sometimes are). Nevertheless, classic creations come to our attention now and then that predate the blog and absolutely deserve broader attention. Adrian Drake (Brickfrenzy) has been posting pictures of older creations on Flickr lately, and my favorite so Continue reading →
…but someone actually used Galidor pieces and used them well. Steve Puckett pulled this off with a figure called “Zantanicus”, among others. I salute him for a job well done! Check out the entire gallery.
BisonFuehrer recently posted this award-winning creation. Though built back in ’97, it still has the ability to impress.
I’ve been looking at some of the older creations that inspired me when I first discovered the online Lego community and I realized that many people may not have seen these. We never featured them here on The Brothers Brick for the simple reason that the blog didn’t exist then. So, from time to time, Continue reading →