Stop complaining, start building!Read more »
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!Read more »
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.Read more »
I’m very excited to announce on behalf of Brick Alley LEGO User Group Discovery Brick Show at the brilliant Discovery Museum in Newcastle upon Tyne this coming October.Read more »
It’s time for another AFOL interview – this time with classic space fan Captain Mutant, aka Michael.Read more »
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.Read more »
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!Read more »
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!Read more »
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!Read more »
I gave a talk at this year’s Fan Weekend in Portugal on the topic of How Not To Run A LEGO Show; what follows is a summary of my points for those who couldn’t make it, as the session wasn’t filmed. I’ve managed to attend many LEGO shows over the last 4 or 5 years, either… Read more »Read more »