You’re muted! One of the BricksLA themes is an 8×8 habitat for your SigFig. And what better sums up my 2020 than to see me on a Zoom call in my PJs in front of a virtual background? (Haircuts not included.)
Your industrious ants have foraged a mint, a lolipop, and …a pizza? There is a chamber of eggs in the top right, a compost pile in the lower left, and what’s that in the lower right corner?
MOC of Note, BricksLA 2021
New Order’s hit 1983 single. Design by Peter Saville (FAC 73)
Owing to the 2021 BricksLA convention being virtual, the con kit was scaled down to another LA icon: the gourmet food truck. This 47-piece set was limited to 200 polybags, with ’90s-era Lego City graphics by Alex Saar.
Don’t leave home without it! Filters germs down to one stud.
Winner Social Distancing, BricksLA 2021
Artificial? Of course it is.
A replicant of a tile from Frank Lloyd Wright’s Ennis House in LA — also known as Deckard’s apartment in Blade Runner.
The 2020 con kit for BricksLA, based on the famous Los Angeles landmark. The 28-page booklet contains vintage photos and facts about the public park’s history and construction. Limited run of 200.
I think it says something about the duality of man, sir.
Second Place – Movie Posters, BricksLA 2021
‘ere she is boys. Ricky’s trailer, Bubbles’ go-kart, and Randy and Lahey snooping on Julian’s latest scheme, “Freedom 2020”.