- I missed this the first time! BrickJournal caught us back in 2011
- What’s In A Brick?
- A Voice from the Past
- Special Mini-Kit: Pumpkin
- Tidbits from LEGO® Modulex® History #2
- Tidbits from LEGO® Modulex® History #1
- Modulex MOCs from BrickFair VA
- BrickFair NJ
- Links for LEGO Modulex information
- Special Edition Mini-Kit for BrickFair: TANKS!
Category Archives: Modulex
I was recently doing an online search and found that Brick Journal’s website posted a pic of one of my LEGO® Modulex® MOCs — back in 2011! I guess I missed it the first time around! Here’s a screen shot. … Continue reading
Most people are familiar with the mark that is on the top of the studs of LEGO® Modulex® bricks. The earliest bricks have “LEGO” on the stud and the later bricks have “M” (for “Modulex”) on the stud. But did … Continue reading
Celebrate the arrival of Autumn with this limited edition LEGO® Modulex® Pumpkin Kit. These are original, vintage LEGO® Modulex® bricks from the 1960s & 1970s. The kit includes 25 bricks, including 2 more than you need to complete the pumpkin. … Continue reading
Do you know where the name “MODULEX” came from? The answer was given to me by an employee who worked at the Modulex company in Billund, Denmark, back in the 1980s. “I can tell you the name comes from Module … Continue reading
Here’s a few photos of the MOCs (“My Own Creation” built from LEGO) that use LEGO Modulex bricks! If you have created something with LEGO Modulex, send me a photo! Need some more inspiration? Check out the Flickr pages that … Continue reading
Coming up soon is the first BrickFair in New Jersey! BrickFair is an amazing series of fan-run events (organized by Todd Webb) that promote the creativity and fun of building with LEGO bricks. In addition to the Somerset, NJ event … Continue reading
This year tiny tanks with rotating gun turrets will be making their way to BrickFair with me! These are the new-for-BrickFair Special Edition Mini-Kits. The kits include 20 LEGO Modulex pieces, include 2 studless bricks and a rotating turntable!
This MOC was on display at BrickFair 2011 (better late than never in posting it!)
I was so excited to find my “Doors of Durin” MOC featured on The Brothers Brick blog. What an honor!