I am interested in using LEGO as both a sculpturing and engineering modeling medium. My goal is to achieve a "mind's eye" level of modeling realism within the inherent limits imposed by element discretization and material costs. My primary concentration over the past couple of years has been building replicas of famous skyscrapers at a common scale.
I was contacted by organizers of the 2016 Krakow Photomonth Festival that were interested in using an image of my Lego WTC in their promotional materials. Unfortunately the specific picture they wanted to use was more than ten years old and was of poor image resolution. I unboxed the model from storage and attempted to recreate the shot with better quality.
The image itself is promoting artist Thomas Kuijpers exhibit at the festival "When The Twins Were Still Beautiful", a collection of images and objects showing the towers as they were before 9/11. This image is featured as part of an artistic collage mixing other works from the festival together onto one of seventeen different designed promotional posters, as well as in the calendar program.
Several of my skyscraper models appear in Tom Alphin's book The LEGO Architect.
Unfortunately I am not highly skilled with using LDraw and the lack of official parts needed to replicate many of my models is frustrating. The other big issue is I simply lack the time to create instructions.
In a few instances, fans have taken the initiative and created their own digital models representing my designs. I have attempted to link to those files as a common courtesy. Please note, the model files are independently created and I exercise no control or responsibility whatsoever for their contents. Questions regarding them should be addressed directly to the developer.
If you have digital versions of my models that you would like to share with the world via these pages, email me and I will link to, or host the files.
Feel free to build any of these designs for your own personal enjoyment, but please refrain from using them for any commercial purposes.