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Bricks Culture Issue 6: Digital Edition

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Bricks Culture Issue 6: Digital Edition
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.
For issue 6 of Bricks Culture, the LEGO® pop culture magazine for adults, we have taken a stronger focus on community. We visit the amazing Fan Weekend in Portugal, Cole Blaq reveals how the Street Art community intersected with LEGO art in the late 2000s, Chris Phipson explains his MOCOlympics and MOCAthalon online building competitions, Huw Millington describes the community of the 1990s and how his site Brickset.com grew from this and we also look at BrickLink.com from the perspective of a seller, Cora’s Creations.
Of course, we always have plenty of beautiful LEGO art for you to enjoy including exclusive commissions from our two Guest Artists; Joe Perez reveals his first work for us and Tyler Clites (Legohaulic) returns with chapter two of his charming series, Daydream Adventures. Ben Andrews discusses the symbolism woven into his award-winning model The Observer-Tree and Stuck in Plastic explain why you should always take your minifigure on holiday.
Once again, we embrace the diversity of the LEGO world by speaking to Californian animator James Morr (SpastikChuwawa), Gary Davis lifts the lid on LEGO Serious Play and, in the concluding part of our interview, we ask LEGO Senior Designers Mark Stafford and Jamie Berard about the company’s darkest days.
There’s much more to enjoy in issue 6, so get your slice of LEGO life with Bricks Culture magazine: 140 pages of luxurious, fascinating and beautiful insights into the modern world of LEGO creation and innovation delivered to you every quarter. Bricks Culture is available in print, desktop, iOS and Android formats as single issues (£9.99) or subscriptions (4 issues for £34.96, a £5 saving) from store.republic66media.com/all-bricks-culture