Norton74 Exclusive Minifigure

Norton74 Exclusive Minifigure

Celebrating Norton74 at the LEGO House Masterpiece Gallery with these exclusive and numbered custom Minifigures. The Norton74 Minifig was produced in only 32 pieces and 6 different color schemes: white torso with the classic black Norton74’s logo and cap/legs in different colors. The Norton74 Minifigures come with an elegant and cool packaging.
I was lucky enough to personally give Minifig No.1 to Mr. Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen (aka KKK, grandson of the company’s founder) while I was at the LEGO House in Billund. Probably a second series will follow the first one.

A year in LEGO: 2017

A year in LEGO: 2017

It’s time to look back and to sum up what I’ve built in the past twelve months. Every build is strictly related to a particular moment of my life, and it will be forever.
2017 was quite a productive Lego-year for me and I had a lot of fun. I have built some MOCs I am particularly proud of and that I had on my wishlist since a lot of time.
I’ve met new friends and AFOLs during the ITLug LEGO shows where I’ve showcased new and old MOCs.
Currently I’m working on new projects for the 2018.

Thanks to those who has supported, “faved”, shared my builds and also made constructive critiques.
Also a big thank you to all the blogs and magazines that featured my works in 2017.

Warehouse Life | forklift and pallet truck full range

Warehouse Life | forklift and pallet truck full range

This build has been commissioned by a German leading pallet truck and forklift manufacturer: Linde MH.
I’ve built the entire line up of its truck range plus three different warehouse scenes: unload/upload, storage and picking scene (look at the pictures). Every scene is fitted with the right forklifts.
The three different subjects are the advertising campaign of the company and in these days my work is featured on many logistic and transportation specialized magazines.
It’s been very challenging and even funny building all the pallet trucks and forklifts and the company has been really satisfied by the work.

A year in LEGO: 2016

A year in LEGO: 2016

It’s time to look back and to sum up what I built during the 2016. Overall I’m very satisfied with my 2016 MOCs: I had a lot of fun! In the early months of the year two new Show-Rods joined my garage: the yellow Beer Wagon and the red Fire Truck . I also built a Steampunk T-Bucket .
In June the classic ESSO Gas Station was released together with the VW T1 decked out in ESSO livery. Many blogs and magazines featured this build. This has been probably my favorite MOC this year.
After many years I come back to build in Minifig scale and I’m talking about my space tanks (the Blue Bull and the White Tiger) and my dioramas (the maintenance bay for the tanks, the Scooter Shop and the Warehouse).
My last build of the year was the Route 66 diorama with the little Ford T Roadster pick-up. And few day ago I shot new photos of old MOCs to celebarte Christmas.
Many blogs and magazines featured my models (thanks!) and that’s always an enormous satisfaction.
I met new friends and AFOLs during the ITLug LEGO shows where I showcased new and old MOCs.
Currently I’m working on new projects for the 2017.


A year in LEGO: 2015

A year in LEGO: 2015

This year I built new models I’m particularly proud of.
In May the Classic Vespa Workshop (which followed my Volkswagen Garage – 2014) was released.
I built also my latest Volkswagen Bulli, the sandblasted T2.
I added Hot Rods and T-buckets to my collection as well.
Many blogs and magazines featured my models and my VW Garage has been featured in The Art of LEGO Scale Modeling book. That is great.
I met new friends and AFOLs during the ITLug LEGO shows where I showcased new and old MOCs.
Currently I’m working on new projects for the 2016.