John Deere Forwarder

You might already know that I have a soft spot for state of the art land machines. The first machine I saw when I was about 10 years old was a Mercedes Benz tractor MB 1000. I really liked the unconventional and stylish design.
When doing the brick thing I came across the John Deere Forwarder back in 2010 and made a brick version. Now I managed to make some better photos alongside an interactive digital 360° view for anyone interested.

 

– Photo Gallery –

 

Disclaimer: The Forwarder is my interpretation. Copyright of the original source material of course owned by John Deere.

Star Wars microscale models

These Star Wars models from the Freemaker Adventures and Rogue One were commissioned exclusively by Blocks magazine and have been showcased in issue 22 & 27 in 2016. The Freemaker ships have also been featured at The Brothers Brick.

 

 

There are digital versions of the Eclipse [micro] and the Scavenger [micro] available.

 

-Cole

 

Disclaimer: The Star Wars models are my interpretations. Copyright of the original source material of course owned by Disney and Lukas Films.

Para Normal

Folding space and merging the dimensions. Anything is possible if the mind can imagine it. Creativity has no boundaries.

 

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Para Normal, 2016

Digital edit (Processed with Mecabricks, Blender & Photoshop)

Part of the Enter the Brick series.

Makino S-56

Another concept machine from Jitsukawa Industries.

The Makino S-56

Inside the Mainframe

Antagonism

Adding some spice to the space odyssey

 

– Listen while viewing –

 

Bad Boys, 2016

Plastic Bricks, glue (& graphic edit)

6.2 x 9.9 x 8.5 cm

Part of the Enter the Brick series.

Frames & Layers

…out in the streets again!

Over the last few weeks I was working on an installation as part of the 40° Urban Art Festival 2016 in Duesseldorf. As working outside was dependent on the weather the whole progress was stretched over a few sessions.

I was prepared for a very short life time of the installation, but the actual half life was faster than expected. Like one day after doing one part of the door, already most of it was damaged or even stolen. It would have been nice to at least complete the installation before decomposition takes place. Therefore I had to post process the photos taken and merge them into one picture in order to show at least how it would have looked like.

Nevertheless it was fun and a great experience. People passing by were throughout positive and curious.

 

Frames & Layers, 2016

Installation

more Street Art and Plastic Graffiti

Disco Light

Dwelling in the virtual depths of imagination beyond the restrictions of real world objects.

 

Disco Light, 2016

Digital edit (Processed with Mecabricks & Blender, HDR envirmonments by zbyg & Maxime Roz)

Part of the Enter the Brick series.

Hype Nose

Sometimes it’s just a piece or a certain design which leads the way…

 

Hype Nose, 2016

Plastic Bricks

3.6 x 9.6 x 4.8 cm

Part of the Enter the Brick series.