Happy Helloween everybody!
A fresh as hell addition to the Enter the Brick series.
4.8 x 9.6 x 10.6 cm
Back to space-ics
You know, sometimes you build something to a certain extent and that you cannot finish it somehow. Then it lays around for some time, you look at it several times and eventually the final direction comes to shape so you manage to finish it off – this is exactly one of those creations! If there is an existing design or a synopsis of a few designs there is a clear path to follow, but creating a new original design is just different.
BTW there are a whole load of this kind of projects spread across my creative lab.
I fiddled around with the large flat curvy panels and my limited parts available in dark tan. It happened that this insect-shell like design came out. My love for the small flags urged me to look how I could add them and the overall design was born.
The build is based upon the traditional Vic Viper wing-layout – two prongs, two rear-sided wings and a tailfin.
It has space for a small minifigure, being positioned up side down – as this matters in space LOL
Therefore the the underside become also a legit upperside.
A friend pointed out the view from the top and bottom being nice stand alone images, so the masks had a spin-off.
Long talk, here’s the full show, enjoy!
Meta is one of the rare Street Artists in my city who’s work is absolutely original. He inittiated a spontaneous project, after finding a book with pictures of trains in a pile of rubbish on the streets. He forwarded all of the countless fantastic images of real and model trains to many of his Graffiti and Street Art colleagues. I was lucky to be able to pick a train from the book and the SNCF Jouef BB 26000 locomotive immediately caught my attention with the vision of a brick-ified version. The project sat on my desk for about two years before recently I managed to make my version.
I concentrated on the basic shape, the color scheme and some distinct details. As just copying something in existence does not attract me, I decided to implement two twists. First of all I wanted to break the train while keeping the shape. Secondary I included my alias into the sides of the trains, referring to Graffiti and the expression bombing a train.
The blueprint (Original image courtesy to Bernard Canet / Jouef)
And a WIP shot of the sketch and the forged side wall.
Belief has many forms. Some believe in brands, others in a manifest. All three large religions – muslims, jews and christians – have the same origin and share similar values. Even more the categoric imperative is an integral part of every religion. The fundamentals who kill in the name of their god abuse religion for their personal mordlust. True believers are liberal, they are open-minded and don’t force their opinion upon others. May creativity and art unite!
5 x 9,9 x 5,4 cm
plastic bricks & glue
A concept from 2013, now with fresh photos and a full gallery.
Construction mech, fully articulated, the radome is for counterweight balance. Be it a gravity generator, engine and energy container packed with sensoric equipment.
A retake and remake of an older piece of the Enter the Brick series. The first three images are spot on 2020 and the last one the 2011 version.
At Flickr I am limited to 1000 photos, so I’ll have to delete more than half of my photos asap. So showcasing the series actually only here and at Insta.
5,9 x 9,6 x 6,1 cm
plastic bricks & glue