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Avid LEGO enthusiast looking for a job that pays enough to cover the cost of LEGOs and other living expenses.

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The cars are the stars -the sequel Somewhat to my shame, in my time as a contributor to this blog, I have not been a particularly prolific writer. This was particularly true at times when I was also busy writing things for work or dealing with a lot of deadlines, as I have been for a while now. I think all of Continue reading → Link
Registration now open for BrickCon 2015 [News] It’s time! Registration is now open for BrickCon 2015. The convention is set for Oct. 1 – Oct. 4, 2015, in Seattle, Washington at the Seattle Center Exhibition Hall. This year’s theme is MOCking History. Cost to register depends on how early you do it: 1. Early Bird Registration is $60, and is available until Continue reading → Link
Classic Space Outpost Let’s take a walking tour of this gorgeous spaceport, built by Stephan Niehoff. Stephan estimates it took 6 months to build. In terms of parts, he stopped counting after 9,000. Hats off to you, Stephan, because I’m quite sure I would have stopped counting parts at 10. On to our tour. You’re going to have Continue reading → Link
Hello, Gipsy Danger. We’ve featured a few Pacific Rim creations here, including a kaiju and a couple of Jaegers. Regardless if you loved or hated the movie, you’ve got to admit there’s something completely awesome about the massive robots. Today, I present to you Gipsy Danger, built by JAN LEGO – complete with cargo ship. And if you’d Continue reading → Link
Larry’s hot rod is a perfect combo of old and new One of the many wonderful things about LEGO is how almost all of the parts produced over multiple decades are compatible. Several years ago, when building a fish & chips shop, I was able to use a parasol, 25 years after I got it as a part of a set that was a gift for Continue reading → Link