A short time ago, we had the pleasure of sitting down with a few of the most brilliant artists in the community and discussing their work with them. We picked their brains on how they build, how they think the LEGO community is changing, what they hope for the future,
A builder since the age of 3, Anthony Wilson (better known by artist persona The Secret Walrus) has demonstrated a remarkable depth and versatility in his style. Moving from YouTube and physical conventions to Mocpages, Flickr, and ultimately brickly, Wilson's skill developed immensely with each step that he took. Today,
Being a collector of any kind can be a fickle hobby. We yearn for the exclusive, the rare, the valuable. Often we are driven forward by a quest to quench our never-ending thirst to build up our stockpile. Whether we are propelled by nostalgic emotions, financial opportunities, completionist tendencies, or
brickly artist Nick Jensen is pushing the boundaries of realism and creativity in the booming genre of video game-inspired LEGO creations. A student of mechanical engineering, Nick's meticulous attention to technique and incorporation of movable functionality in his replications puts his work into a league of its own.
Originally from Manila, Philippines but now living in Sydney, Australia, brickly artist ThirdWorldLego (real name Robert Panga) creates colorful, joyous scenes on a tiny scale. An AFOL since 2011, Panga was first drawn back into bricks by his interest in LEGO comics. This eventually snowballed into his work with 8x8