Baker Street, dismantled and sorted while listening to Malcolm Gladwell's "Outliers," was the last piece that I had built, and, while my floor and building spaces looked all spick and span, I snapped a few pictures to present my humble Lego collection and sorting method. Enjoy!
About this creation
Here to show you around is none other than Albert Einstein, standing in for Sig Paul Figgy who's away working on the next big project.
I keep specialty pieces organized by color in the upright organizers. Specialty pieces in colors white, black, light bley, dark bley, brown, tan, and dark red occupy seven rows while other elements like vegetation, animals, and cloth pieces fill other rows.
I find it quite amusing that Lego can be considered the #1 manufacturer of tires in the entire world.
For the remainder of my pieces, I divide them by color into stackable blue bins quite handy for moving around a workspace or for practicing basketball when sorting pieces.
And finally, I have two portable cases for all of my minifigure parts and accessories.
Overall, it's not much, but it's always enough! Thanks for stopping by!
WOW! you have TONS of Lego! I also sort my colours out, then i have a see-through box, a vehicle box, a box for technic sorta stuff, a box for minifigs, a box for specialized stuff, and that's about it.. I have nowhere as much Lego as you though :(
It seems we're both posting today! Neat little collection "documentary", although I wouldn't say you have meager amounts of Lego. From the looks of things you've passed me up! Oh, and it's nice to see Einstein again.