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BrickCon 2015 in Photos

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Over the weekend the annual BrickCon hobbyist Lego convention took place in Seattle, Washington.  Below are photos and a few videos of this awesome event.  If you’re in the Seattle area in the future I highly recommend checking out BrickCon!

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These were some really amazing kinetic sculptures made out of Technics bricks:

And a great ball moving sculpture too:

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Civil war & dinosaurs!  With Lego anything is possible:

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This black pirate ship really stood out and looked great:

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‘Commuter flight gone bad’ was one of my favorite builds–great execution of a creative and funny idea:

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This Space Needle and Smith Tower build were huge:

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Lego was showing off plans for a new corporate office in Denmark:

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This Batman build was absolutely gorgeous and constantly attracting a crowd:

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Doom monsters!

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Micro BrickCon showcased Lego builds that were smaller than typical sets but still incredibly detailed:

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There were plenty of shops setup at the convention to sell collectible Lego sets, custom figures, and much more:

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No Starch Press had a great booth with all kinds of Lego, maker, and programming books:

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Brickstuff was showing off some great products that mixed Lego and electronics.  Their kits let you light up a Lego set with LEDs:

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These were two fully functional computers built into Lego buildings:

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All photos taken by Tony DiCola and released under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license.


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1 Comment

  1. Oh, no, you got L3-G0 the Lego Artoo with his front foot shell being fixed 🙂

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