Brickbash a free LEGO event held at the beginning of spring each year in Ann Arbor Michigan. The fifth annual occurrence of BrickBash was held on March 21st, 2009 from 11:00am to 6:00pm at the ballrom in the Courthouse Square independent living apartments. Although my pictures don't show it, the event was well attended; the room temperature went up to uncomfortable levels; all those kids really kick out the BTUs!
Brickbash included creations by many people. I provided some buildings and the Hogwarts Express to the Michgan Lego Train Club's 7.5 x 12.5 foot layout. There were many other display's besides the MichLTC layout including microscale buildings, robots, cars, spaceships, etc. My apologies to anyone whose creations are not shown in this sampling of what was at Brickbash.
MichLTC Layout - fireman have just extinguished a blaze in the Chris's Pepsi building.
MichLTC Layout - a view of my mansions, my Griswold Building, and Chris's Dime Buidling (white structure on the left).
"Purple" Dave's display of minifigs from Batman universe arranged in chronological order of introduction.
LEGO Mindstorm robots spar in the arena.
Spencer's line up of famous skyscrapers all constructed in 1/650 micro scale.
Spencer added the RenCen last year and this year the Burj Al Arab made its debut.
A closer look at Spencer's impressive Burj Al Arab.
Details of Spencer's World Trade Center micro scale model. Part of the Taipei 101 and CN Tower models can be seen on the left.
Peter's custom Space Police MOCs (not related to LEGO's new Space Police sets) and other Space MOCs.
Joe's WALL-E robot.
Duane's Grand Traverse Point lighthouse model.
Michelle's display of some of the more impressive standard LEGO sets and Tom's MOC "The Grinch".
Children created this MOCs during Brickbash from parts on the Duplo, standard LEGO, and Bionicle tables.
Beautiful setup! I love all the displays put on by the various lego clubs and groups, I really want to join one myself (can't seem to find any nearby though). How about some custom roads? Yeah your right, with all those towering skyscrapers you produce, who wants to waste time tiling some roads! Great pictures.
Wow, these are all awesome. My most favorite is the building Burj Al Arab. Man, that is really cool. I really want one of those one my table. And the World Trade center looks great too. Everything looks great! :)LCG