About me: Stiven1973
Experience Designer, Innovator and Social Entrepreneur.

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Beautiful LEGO 2: Dark by Mike Doyle [Review] It’s been barely a year since No Starch Press released Beautiful LEGO, a coffee table book packed with carefully curated images of LEGO creations, conceived and organized by New Jersey graphic designer and LEGO builder Mike Doyle. Unlike many of their other LEGO themed titles, which are targeted squarely at the AFOL community, the book Continue reading → Link
In the verdant gardens In recent years, “Castle” building has begun to encompass more and more non-military scenes, which is a pleasant change of pace. Well-tended gardens, so prevalent on the estates of the wealthy during the middle-ages, however, are still relatively rare. That’s why it was a nice surprise to see this lovely garden diorama by Joshua. Link
LEGO Pinhole Camera Some of you may have made similar cameras: they’re not fancy, but they do what they’re designed to do and capture images. Since the requirement is a dark box, they can be made from just about anything. Ryan H. (eldeeem) proved that by making a pinhole camera from a 2×2 brick. No joke. That small Continue reading → Link
Gundam + X-wing = Gundam X? I’ve seen a lot of mash-ups, but this is the first time I’ve seen a Gundam crossed with a Star Wars ship. This hybrid by Kevin Ryhal (MDSWIM) looks useful to the rebel resistance, but I’m not sure how it can bring down the Death Star. Link
“Bricks of the Mouse Guard” project launched on Kickstarter 2015 may well be the year of Mouse Guard, as it celebrates it’s 10th anniversary and – as we previously mentioned here – Seattle’s own ArchLUG will be unveiling a big collaborative Mouse Guard display at Emerald City Comic Con in March. Of course you can expect some pretty amazing architecture in this display. But Continue reading → Link