Bricks Culture Issue 3: Print Edition - SOLD OUT
Bricks Culture is an indulgent new brand serving the needs of the ultimate adult enthusiasts of LEGO. It delivers high-end content to enrich the lifestyle of the true connoisseur and celebrates the greatest innovators in the community: the designers of stunning artworks, the engineers building meticulous creations, the intellectuals analysing this cultural phenomenon and the entrepreneurs filling gaps in the market with their own products and services.
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In issue 3 of Bricks Culture, the LEGO pop-culture magazine for adults, we feature some of the most remarkable LEGO artists working in the world today. Both the incredible mosaic of a tree created by Amanda Feuk and the bizarre, hilarious creations of Karf Oohlu will inspire you with their novel use of pieces. We have more stunning creations from our Year 1 Guest Artists: James Pegrum was inspired by paintings to create a vignette of Florence Nightingale for us, Chris McVeigh exclusively reveals his first ornament design of his annual Build-it-Yourself project and Cole Blaq’s Enter the Brick series gets decidedly edgier. Mike Doyle presents his final selection of amazing works from Beautiful LEGO 3, this time focusing on trees.We have yet more reportage from Billund in this issue. The Yellow Castle from 1978 is considered by many to be the greatest LEGO set of all time, so we interview its designer, the legendary Daniel Krentz. We also meet the people behind the Inside Tour which welcomes a handful of lucky members of the public into the LEGO Group’s most secret buildings and much more….