concuzz

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  1. Who could resist a challenge to build an icon? This brick Mini Cooper may be only eight studs wide, but it was a real challenge to retain the distinctive grille, sloping headlights, contoured hood and sporty essence in a build of this size. Built as a commissioned piece for a special birthday girl, this Mini Cooper used more than 280 parts and took two months to design. Please share this if you like it!
  2. Hi just to share… I was featured in a Singapore newspaper for these Chinese New Year creations! There's also a video interview by the same folks from The New Paper – includes footage on how the brick horse is made: Here is the link to the online version: http://tnp.sg/backst...ng-brick-artist Hope you like it. Cheers! www.facebook.com/bricksbencreations www.flickr.com/photos/bricksben www.bricksben.com
  3. Enter the Eagle at Singapore Airshow 2014! This brick F-15SG comprises more than 150 parts and took more than half a year to design. It was quite a challenge to get it true to scale at this size. I’ve added in details like the airbrake and missiles, and built the wings sideways to make them as smooth as possible. The new 1x2 slope (part 11477) worked really well here. Hope you like it. Cheers! http://www.facebook....cksbencreations http://www.flickr.com/photos/bricksben http://www.bricksben.com
  4. Happy Chinese New Year Eurobricks! www.facebook.com/bricksbencreations www.flickr.com/photos/bricksben www.bricksben.com www.instagram.com/bricksben
  5. Happy Chinese New Year everyone! The challenge here was to create the smallest possible horse with poseable legs, and the simplest way to convey the grace of the traditional Chinese character for horse. More festive creations to come! www.facebook.com/bricksbencreations www.flickr.com/photos/bricksben www.bricksben.com
  6. Here’s a page from the past! This is a brick tribute to Motorola’s Bravo Plus numeric pager. Back in the 1990s, before there was WhatsApp or Candy Crush, you’re way cool if you’ve got this beeper on your pants (or in your handbag). Never mind that you still need to find a payphone to return the page. A true classic. Regards Jeffrey Kong (aka “BricksBeng”) http://www.bricksben.com http://www.facebook....cksbencreations http://www.flickr.com/photos/bricksben Blogged by The Brothers Brick for Despicable Me Minion: http://www.brothers-...ba-ba-ba-banana Blogged by The Brothers Brick for Retro Typewriter: http://www.brothers-...-clickity-clack Vote for Despicable Me Minion on LEGO® CUUSOO! http://lego.cuusoo.c...deas/view/44655 | http://www.bricksben.com/minion Vote for Retro Typewriter on LEGO® CUUSOO! http://lego.cuusoo.c...deas/view/37063 | http://www.bricksben.com/typewriter Vote for Origami Crane on LEGO® CUUSOO! http://lego.cuusoo.c...deas/view/37531 | http://www.bricksben.com/origami-crane
  7. Merry Christmas! We got all our Christmas creations to fall in for this group shot. Please share this and spread the festive joy! You can catch them at My Little Brick Shop at Bugis Junction Singapore #03-10C.
  8. Yes… it’s a Christmas tree with lights! Shown here with a rather heavy snowflake. Please share this and spread the festive joy! This tree with the bling-bling is now on display at My Little Brick Shop at Bugis Junction Singapore #03-10C.
  9. Hello from sunny Singapore! With a few days more to Christmas Day, I'd like to share some festive creations with you. All aboard! Have a chuggin’ Christmas with this little locomotive. The Choo Choo Mini comprises 50 parts and is a great example of what you can achieve when you build in different directions. Little Rudolph says hi to an 8-bit reindeer from the eighties. Twinkle, twinkle. Here are three views of the next Christmas creation. Can you guess what this is? Regards Jeffrey Kong (aka “BricksBeng”) www.bricksben.com www.facebook.com/bricksbencreations www.flickr.com/photos/bricksben www.etsy.com/shop/bricksben Grand winner of The Joy of LEGO® Singapore 2012 mural design competition: www.legosingapore.com/thejoy.html Winner of LUGSing (LEGO User Group Singapore) official Christmas gathering building contest 2012 Featured artist to showcase original LEGO® creations in Pop-Up Noise Singapore 2013 Blogged by The Brothers Brick, the best LEGO® blog on the web for our Despicable Me Minion: www.brothers-brick.com/2013/07/19/ba-ba-ba-ba-banana Blogged by The Brothers Brick, the best LEGO® blog on the web for our Retro Typewriter: www.brothers-brick.com/2013/03/20/tiny-retro-typewriter-goes-clickity-clack Invited by Lomography to customise the Konstruktor DIY SLR camera: http://www.lomography.com/magazine/reviews/2013/09/26/singapores-bricksben-customises-the-lomography-konstruktor Vote for our Despicable Me Minion on LEGO® CUUSOO! http://lego.cuusoo.com/ideas/view/44655 | www.bricksben.com/minion Vote for our Retro Typewriter on LEGO® CUUSOO! http://lego.cuusoo.com/ideas/view/37063 | www.bricksben.com/typewriter Vote for our Origami Crane on LEGO® CUUSOO! http://lego.cuusoo.com/ideas/view/37531 | www.bricksben.com/origami-crane
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    [MOC] Wheelchair

    This mega-wheelchair may look mean and sturdy next to my earlier, smaller version, but it’s still no match for Singapore’s urban jungle. Firsthand experience from a recent accident has shown that there is a lot more we can do to improve accessibility for the disabled. Cheers!
  12. VW Santa Van Reindeer on strike? No problem – it's express delivery as usual with the VW Santa Van!
  13. VW Minion Mobile Minions gather to welcome the coolest ride in town! The VW Minion Mobile comes complete with party blower, fart blaster, “Bee-Do Bee-Do”… and of course bananas. http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3741/9965170745_20d8944767_c.jpg Like any good minion, the Minion Mobile also doubles as a glow stick!