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A slice of Broadway
This little model was inspired by the changes that are being made to New York City's streets. Broadway, near Times Square, has be...
A 1982 GMC "local" bus, and a classic MCI "express" bus (used for longer-distance commuting). Both are modeled after New York City's MTA buses.
Citigroup Center - mini
I admire the complextiy of the Citigroup Center... the integration of a Church, a shopping mall, a subway interchange, a publi...
New York City's newly rejuivinated Columbus Circle was built as part of a model of The Museum of Arts & Design's new home at Two Colum...
Empire State Building
Come visit! This LEGO sculpture of the Empire State Building is on display at the top of the real Empire State Building. Visi...
Empire State Building (1998)
Over 5 feet tall, this was my first LEGO skyscraper ever. It was not very accurate or detailed, but it was a great cente...
Empire State Building (2003)
A 5-foot tall LEGO model of New York City's famous skyscraper. ... This model is from 2003. I have since created a mu...
Empire State Building - mini
A limited-edition mini sculpture of the Empire State Building is being created to commemorate my sculpture installed at t...
FDNY EMS ambulance
A model of the New York Fire Department ambulances, built as a 6-stud wide vehicle. This vehicle, my FDNY fire truck, and my NYPD...
FDNY fire truck
A New York City fire truck, inspired by work done by Josh Baakko, Brian Gallant, and Pierre Normandin, as well as from photos on fdnyp...
The LEGO Company approached me a few months ago about helping them re-do the big LEGO display at the Times Square Toys R Us in ...
New York City Taxi (2003 Ford Crown Victoria)
A 10-stud wide taxicab. ... This was something I put together for fun the other day. It's 10-stud wide ...
New York Stock Exchange building
The New York Stock Exchange commissioned me to build a 3-foot-tall sculpture of their famous building on Wall Str...
Here are four styles of NYC taxicabs. Some have roof billboards, some have bumper-guards, one has a digital billboard, one has body-colo...
A model of the NYPD's new Chevy Impala police cruiser, with V-shaped roof-lamps, and the new type of rear-facing flashing roof lamps as w...
Three different types of street vendors. An ice-cream pushcart, a hot-food grill, and an enclosed trailer commonly serving coffee and ...
Subway station (new)
A prototype of a Manhattan express station, includes a mezzanine, and 4 tracks accessable via 2 platforms. Also, a prototype of ...
The Chrysler Building
This LEGO model of the Chrysler Building is 2.5 feet tall and contains 1,605 pieces.
The Chrysler Building - mini
This was built after a request from a fan of my other mini buildings, and it was a huge challenge. It ended up a little l...
The city of "Bricktropolis", at FAO Schwarz
Sean helped build FAO Schwarz's giant LEGO city display, built with nearly 45,000 pieces. The push-button...
The World Trade Center (1999)
My Lego WTC was built before the terrorist attacks. It was 5.5 feet tall, and contained over 12,500 pieces. It was acc...
The World Trade Center (2001)
In August 2001 I started rebuilding my WTC after it was accidentally knocked over. But I had to take it apart when I mo...
The World Trade Center (2003)
A prototype for a model of The World Trade Center that has more detail, and can be built almost entirely out of pieces a...
This model of Times Square is over 5 feet wide, 4 feet tall, and contains over 20,000 LEGO pieces. It took about 300 hours to build...
Tiny NYC landmarks
The Chrysler Building, the CitiGroup Center, the Empire State Building, the UN, and the Woolworth Building, all very small. Each i...
United Nations - mini
The United Nations plaza and Secretariat building, the General Assembly building with its dome roof, and, of course, lots of fla...
After three years, this giant model is finally complete. This post is an update to last year's preview.
Yankee Stadium preview (2008)
Rebuilding the house that Ruth built ... September 21, 2008 marks the closing of Yankee Stadium, an 85-year-old pi...
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