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‘Brick City’ is a celebration of the worlds’ architecture, recreated solely using the celebrated toy of the century, LEGO bricks.

Whilst to many, LEGO bricks are ‘just a toy’, to an ever growing army of fans they provide a challenging and enjoyable modelling medium. These fans, calling themselves ‘AFOLs’, or Adult Fans of LEGO have taken it upon themselves to recreate local landmarks using just the bricks which you may find at a local store. 

LEGO models created by adult fans though, don’t resemble those you may have created as a child! Masters of their medium these fabulously detailed models may contain thousands of pieces - or perhaps just a handful. Either way, the talented artists have an intimate knowledge of every piece and colour available. Skilfully choosing the ideal piece to recreate a well known landmark. Sometimes creating a model indistinguishable from the real thing, or purely evoking the spirit of a building in just a few small pieces.

In fact, landmarks and cityscapes have long been a source of inspiration for LEGO builders. In this book, LEGO artist Warren Elsmore takes us on a world tour and explores 10 different cities and their iconic structures. Each city is examined and re-created in LEGO form. Comprising amazing artwork, exploratory photographs and detailed breakdowns, Brick City looks at the essence of what makes an urban landscape recognisable.  

Reviews: 

 

Atlantic City | Brother Brick | Brickset | The Observer | The Daily Mail | Geekdad 

If you are one of the many who think modern Lego is too easy, with its specially designed pieces, this will renew your faith in the magic Danish brick. And for everyone, this is an opportunity to boggle at the obsessive ingenuity of what are known as AFOLs (adult fans of Lego).
— Rowan Moore, The Telegraph
AFOL (adult fans of LEGO) are on the rise and we reckon there will be a few more after people see Warren Elsmore’s new book Brick City: LEGO for Grown Ups where he painstakingly creates international landmarks and shows you step by step guides of how to do the same.
— Time Out
Comprising amazing artwork, exploratory photographs and detailed breakdowns, Brick City looks at the essence of what makes an urban landscape recognizable.
— Gizmodo