Top Ten: Fandom Creations at Brickfair (part 2)

Last week I posted part 1 of fandom-related things at at my local LEGO convention, Brickfair VA. Click on the photos for larger versions.

Top Ten Ten Fandom Creations at Brickfair (part 2)

  1. Phantom of the Opera
    Gorgeous and full of detail, right down to the mirror frame, the Egyptian headdress, the leaning pipe organ, and the monkey playing the cymbals on the music box.

  3. Bazinga!
    Sheldon and Leonard in the ball pit! This habitat was a crowd favorite (and also a favorite of mine)

  5. Frozen Castle
    Elsa’s castle from Frozen, built out beautifully. I will never get tired of these trees.

  7. Peter Pan
    Inspired by NBC’s Peter Pan Live, but also by the book and other films. I love how so many parts of the story are represented here. It’s so easy to dive right into Neverland.

  9. Hyrule
    This Hyrule is absolutely magnificent. Not only is it a fantastic castle, but there are even some identifiable characters in the courtyard.

  11. The Sandman
    There were some amazing fandomy mosaics this year, but this one was so cool that Neil Gaiman retweeted a picture of it. So it makes the list *G*

  13. We’re Off to See the Wizard
    I love the use of the bright green for the Emerald City but also the Chima lion and, look, even a Winkie! But my favorite is the flying monkey with fairy wings!

  15. 221B Baker Street
    What a clever way of depicting the home of my favorite consulting detective! I love the wallpaper and Johns laptop as well as Sherlock and John, of course.

  17. Marvel MOCs
    Lots of beautiful MOCs depicting scenes from the Marvel movies. Everything from Loki to Black Widow fetching Cap’s shield for him.

  19. Is This a Kissing Book?
    I’m so in love with Ben’s Princess Bride MOC (like an embarrassingly large amount of money donated to a great charity in love). The attention to detail is absolutely brilliant, everything from the closet doors to the sock under the bed to the baseball cap to the jersey to the joystick controller.
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  1. Anthony Nichols says:

    I am glad you liked the Peter Pan MOC! This was my 10-year old son’s first MOC at Brickfair. It took him several months to make (completely by himself) so he was happy to see it on a website!

    • KateKintail says:

      It was so awesome. Definitely one of my favorites. I was across from it all weekend sitting at the Habitats at the other Other table and it caught my eye so many times; every time I walked by I’d notice something new and take another photo. I got home and found I had, like, 30 photos of it from various angles. LOL Peter Pan was one of my favorite stories as a kid and it was such a beautiful and big MOC of so many parts of the story. I hadn’t realized he was only 10. That’s an amazing amount of work!! Can’t wait to see where his creativity takes him in the future!

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