This commissioned build was designed and built by Peter Furstenberg for the Kit Kat Group SA.
Every now and then we cross paths with youngsters, quite passionate about LEGO. Tomas du Preez is one of these talented youngsters heading for a very creative future in MOC building and film making.
It’s our final episode for 2019! It’s been an epic 32 episode journey this year, and in this last episode, we introduce Yolandi Gerber.
Umhlanga Rocks is a well known South African tourist destination. Anyone who’s been there would most certainly recognise the whalebone pier and lighthouse situated on the beach. Paul Doran recreated these iconic landscapes in an official MOC commissioned by The Certified LEGO Store for their Gateway branch.
The Market was built by Peter Furstenberg as an entry into the South African Brickfair 2019 and won first place. It features a three-storey building with a supermarket as well as an adjacent house. This entry is packed with incredible detail around every corner and promises not to disappoint.
The model, commissioned by the LEGO Certified Store, was designed and built by Peter Furstenberg, a South African adult fan of LEGO. The model contains roughly 13750 pieces and celebrates one of Cape Town’s most iconic regions, the Bo-Kaap, characterised by its colourful houses around the district. The model contains an artist’s impression of 5 iconic houses in Wale Street, a block away from the Bo-Kaap Museum. The houses were chosen for their vibrancy and colour, capturing the colourful essence of the region.
Origins The Mech Ant Speeder had its origins as a challenge to the zaLUG members to build some kind of speeder within a set dimension. The theme was open and could include anything from sci-fi, steampunk to space – imagination is the limit. Ideally, the speeder had to accommodate a minifig. This was the winning […]