Tag Archives: Toy Photography

Will the World Still Be the Same? (Minifigure Monday)

Minifigure Monday is a weekly celebration of LEGO® characters through art. This week’s post asks: will the world still be the same in months to come? It was inspired by current world events and the isolation imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Lately, I question how long this will last. Additionally, what will the long term effects of this situation be?

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Forgotten Hands (Minifigure Monday)

Minifigure Monday is a weekly celebration of LEGO® characters. Two weeks ago, I reviewed the amazing Pirates of Barracuda Bay set (click here to read about it). Since then, it continues to inspire my photography and story-telling. This week, the set prompted an exploration of relics built by forgotten hands. It features a nod to the LEGO® Pirates sub-theme, Islanders.

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Dear sir (Remembrance Day)

Minifigure Monday is a weekly celebration of LEGO® Minifigures. This week, we take a moment to remember the cost of freedom and democracy through poetry and photography. “Dear sir…” was written for my grandfather, whom I never met. He fought in the Second World War, and survived, but sadly passed before I was born. I dedicate this work to him,

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The Nightmare Before Christmas

Minifigure Monday is a weekly celebration of LEGO® Minifigures. This week, we delve into the world of poetry, photography, and pop-culture. Once a month, I like to recreate a movie poster or album cover using LEGO® Minifigures. Since Halloween is coming up, and the Christmas season begins the next day, what better way to celebrate than with Jack Skellington! For

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Minifigure Monday: Shoveling…

Minifigure Monday is a weekly celebration of LEGO® Minifigures. This week, we delve into the world of poetry and photography to examine the truth about greener grass. Minifigure Monday: Shoveling… A Minifigure inspired poem from True North Bricks I found myself a brand new park,Was fed up listening to them bark.I thought the grass was greener here,and hoped problems would

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