BrickForge was asked to supply some eye candy for this month’s theme at the Enon branch of the Clark Country Library; owner, Kyle Peterson was only too happy to oblige. “Enon (located outside Springfield, OH) is usually portrayed as a small sleepy town, but there’s actually quite a bit going on here. The library is abuzz with eager readers and with Family Fun Month kicking off it was a perfect time to outfit the display with LEGO and a few BrickForge custom minifig accessories”. If you’re local why not swing in and check out what’s behind the glass – sharp eyes may catch a glimpse of a few unseen BF prototypes. And if you don’t already have a library card, be sure to sign up – its easy and only takes a few minutes.
BrickForge participated in the Mini-Summer LEGO Camp this year by providing campers with a variety of sample packs to toy around with. Located in Washington state the themes for this year’s camp were ‘Building Through Time’ and ‘Critter Creations’. As you can see the kids had a great time integrating our custom accessories into their MOCs and custom minifigs. The camp is run by an avid AFOL and does not have any affiliation with The LEGO Group.
The fellas over at The BrickShow felt it worthwhile to feature an energetic review of some BrickForge items. Any LEGO fan should bookmark their site as they showcase weekly vid-reviews of various LEGO sets. Great for getting a glimpse of what’s inside the box before you make your next purchase! Thanks guys!
We thought it cool to make an appearance in the latest Wired vidcast. Check us out at the 2:10 mark: