A guide to custom printing LEGO bricks. Designing your bricks, and supplier recommendations for custom LEGO print services in the UK, Europe, Australia / New Zealand, and the USA.
Interview with UK LEGO fan Richard Carter – aka Bricks McGee. Expect LEGO trains, city and more!
Celebrating six years of Bricks McGee – LEGO workshops and model commissions for museums, schools and corporate clients.
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.
I recently had the pleasure of attending and exhibiting at the Portuguese Fan Weekend in Parades de Coura in northern Portugal, hosted by Comunidade 0937.
I first came across Steve Mayes on Twitter with his photography business a few years ago. Nowadays, he’s a full time LEGO architect with his business Brick This, and has worked with an impressive array of clients both regionally, and nationally. Based in North Shields in the North East of England, Steve’s background in architectural […]
Members of the public will have the chance to help build the High Level Bridge at Gateshead Library on October 21st during the Anime Attacks event.
Bricks McGee has an exhibition of 10 local landmarks on display at South Shields Museum on display until September.
The Bricks McGee blog has been featured in a list of top 50 LEGO blogs worldwide!
LEGO can be a great draw for museums looking for new activities to bring in more visitors in quiet periods. Here are some ideas for LEGO events and activities you can use in your museum…
As a volunteer on the Durham Cathedral LEGO model project for its three year course, it was with great pleasure – though no surprise! – that this fund-raising project has received three awards. Durham Cathedral in LEGO® Durham Cathedral in LEGO was a fund-raising project that ran for three years, from 11th July 2013 – 29th […]
Introducing my microscale Tyne Bridge in LEGO! I’ve been working on various scales and styles of the LEGO Tyne Bridge for many years – all in various states of completion and there’s nothing like a deadline to get some done! The LEGO Tyne Bridge model uses approximately 150 – 200 bricks (I’m not one for […]