Category Archives: Ausstellung

Bricks @nd friends

… we’re comming. On the penultimate weekend in October it’s time. The gates of Hangar 4 in Cologne on the former airfield will open first for exhibitors to set up, then from Saturday onwards for visitors. Finally a presentation exhibition again. We are very much looking forward to talking to the other 80 exhibitors and admiring their models.
The Moonbase will travel with us. We will show a new layout and some new modules. On 98 baseplates, the peoples of the galaxies will meet, explore, exploit . . .

I hope to see you
See you then

Born2Brick Lego® Exhibition

Dear all,

It’s finally time again. After more than a year without a real exhibition, Born2Brick e. V. made it possible for me to show you my models. The doors of the Theater Rüsselsheim will open to visitors on 3 and 4 July from 10 am to 6 pm. In 2 hours slots, the exhibits can be viewed and talked to the builders. Many different themes are shown. Star Wars, Hogwarts, a large railway complex, mini- and maxi-figures, mini-houses and much more.

I plan to exhibit my Wiesbaden Town Hall, the Neroberg Temple, the Biebrich Water Tower and the Greek Chapel there. Unfortunately, I won’t be able to finish my newest model. But maybe I’ll bring with me what I’ve built by then. Then you can guess what it represents. A small tip, it stays with the theme ’Wiesbaden’.

Tickets are available in advance here: Kultur im Sommer – Spielplan

I’m looking forward for interesting discussions with the vositors.

regards Michael

Virtual Lego® Exhibition

On April 10th I took part in a virtual exhibition for the first time. Born2Brick had invited and as a member it was close to being there.
We started at 6 pm, let Kriese Kriese be for a short time and watched great MOCs and good interviews. The live stream was transmitted via YouTube and Facebook. 15 models were shown by 12 exhibitors: first a short video about the model, then an interview with the builder, who was able to answer the questions from the live chat and the two commentators (Steinchenklemmer and Bricktendo).
I was at the start with my Biebricher water tower and the Greek chapel. It was fun to attend and see how active the participation of the virtual visitors was. Three models were shown each, then there was a small raffle in which the spectators could win polybags. After 3 hours it was over again.
If you missed the whole thing, you can watch the video. In the description the individual times are listed, which MOC is to be seen when. Or you can seee my water tower (Click) and my Greek chapel (Click) in individual videos. As usual are comments or criticism here or on YouTube welcome.

Have fun
Michael