I happened to check an invoice for domain names the other week, and was very surprised to notice it has been 6 years since I registered bricksmcgee.com. The beginnings of Bricks McGee This website started as a very simple LEGO blog (which still exists!), and a few articles around LEGO fandom, which are now lost… Read more »
Our newest AFOL interview LEGO fan interview with the creator of @EthicsInBricks, talking all things ethics, LEGO, and beards (of course!).
Next in my series of AFOL interviews is LEGO fan and superbuilder Dan Harris of Brick To The Past fame.
Adult LEGO fan Roan Fryer, known as rdflego, lives in Norwich in the South East of England.
We came across each other on – you guessed it – Twitter, which seems to be a popular place for my interviewees to hang around in. I love Roan’s building style, and he manages to capture some fantastic photographs of the models too, which he shares on his Instagram and Twitter accounts – well worth a follow!
LEGO art? Why not!
I came across Deborah Cauchi with her trade stalls at LEGO shows around the UK. She’s an artist who specialises in LEGO under the alias Toys R Art.
It’s time for another AFOL interview – this time with classic space fan Captain Mutant, aka Michael.
What a day! I’m in the middle of running some very popular LEGO workshops for Leeds City Council and Leeds Markets, and I was asked to appear on BBC Radio Leeds to talk about the LEGO Workshops at Leeds Kirkgate Market.
Adam runs long running LEGO online new website BricksFanz.com (formerly brickfans.com) – see what he’s built recently.
Bonus dog fan of LEGO (DFOL) picture!
I came across Jonathan, like many other AFOLs, on Twitter. He was (and still is!) promoting his LEGO Ideas project, the LEGO Space Pod. I’m definitely a classic space skeptic, having never had any sets as a child (assuming Blacktron doesn’t count!), but the chromed spaceman figure in the set looks great!
Our next AFOL interview is with my fellow LNUR member, Isaac Smith. Known as Smith Movies on his popular LEGO YouTube channel, this one is full of LEGO trains!