Issues

 

 

Issue 58

BrickJournal #58 (84 full-color pages, $8.95), the magazine for LEGO enthusiasts, gets into building warbirds of the past and present with a look at Jeff Cherry’s World War II and modern fighters, including his P-51 Mustang and F-14 Tomcat! There’s also a feature on Ralph Savelsburg’s planes, including an X-plane that is a BrickJournal exclusive! (Which one is it?) Corvin Stichert also presents his planes of present and future, including the hypersonic Seraphim!


Issue 57

BrickJournal #57 (84 full-color pages, $8.95), the magazine for LEGO enthusiasts, gets small again with a return to microscale building! We get a tour of Wayne Tyler’s National Mall (Washington, DC) layout, skyscrapers from Rocco Buttliere, and a look at Blake Foster’s Ugly Duckling! Learn what it takes to build big at a small scale!

 

 

 


Issue 56

The LEGO® lifestyle is living large in BrickJournal #56 (84 full-color pages, $8.95), the magazine for LEGO enthusiasts! This issue spotlights life-size LEGO creations, and what it takes to make them (besides a truckload of LEGO parts)! Top builder Helen Sham walks you through some of her sculptures of everyday items, each with a “big brick” twist! See what happens when Magnus Laughlo builds models inspired by GI Joe®!

 

 


Issue 55

It’s heads and tails in BrickJournal #55 (84 full-color pages, $8.95), the magazine for LEGO enthusiasts! Builder Felix Jaensch shows his remarkable LEGO sculptures, from realistic animals to the human skull—plus amazing face masks (including an iconic Guy Fawkes “V for Vendetta” version)! Then take a tour of a stunningly detailed Kermorvan Lighthouse replica by Bryan Benson, with an in-depth feature on its construction from LEGO bricks. And don’t miss the spectacular Winter layout by Dave Schefcik that will blow your mind!

 


Issue 54

For your eyes only: BrickJournal #54, the magazine for LEGO enthusiasts, assembles a covert Dossier on one of today’s most idiosyncratic builders, Taiwan’s Hsinwei Chi! Marvel at his revolutionary work, from animals to giant robots, and discover how he develops his distinctive Lego creations! We also infiltrate the studios of other top builders, and declassify their latest creations, including Michael Brown’s colossal Technic-scale F-18 Hornet!

 


Issue 53

Level-up your building as BrickJournal #53 (84 full-color pages, $8.95), the magazine for LEGO enthusiasts, gets dialed in with its Video Game issue! Get ready, as custom designers Tyler Clites and Sean Mayo show you all the LEGO hacks you need to twink and juice your creations! We also present big bad game-inspired models by Baron Von Brunk, and Pokemon-inspired models by LI LI!

 

 


Issue 52

BrickJournal #52 (84 full-color pages, $8.95), the magazine for LEGO enthusiasts, looks into LEGO® SCULPTURE around the world! We’ll be talking to Russian superstar builder TIMOFEY TKACHEV about his incredible creations that are taking the fan building community by storm! Also, we’ll show what it takes to become a LEGO Certified Professional (an elite group of builders officially recognized by LEGO), with features on what SEAN KENNEY (hailing from New York) and RYAN McNAUGHT (from Melbourne, Australia) are building!

 


Issue 51

The Theme Park Issue!

BrickJournal #51 (84 full-color pages, $8.95), the magazine for LEGO enthusiasts, revisits STEAMPUNK with guest editor and builder GUY HIMBER! It’s the follow-up to our sold-out issue #16, where we’ll be talking to PAUL HETHERINGTON about his cover model “Unchain My Heart,” as well as catch up with ROD GILLIES and his latest Steampunk work, and look at the creations of other top builders!

 


Issue 50

BrickJournal #50 pulls out all the stops with a special double-size BOOK (144 full-color pages, $17.95)! The magazine for LEGO enthusiasts celebrates its golden anniversary as photo editor GEOFF GRAY talks to editor JOE MENO about the beginnings of BrickJournal, starting way back in 2007! Then Joe reflects with TORMOD ASKILDSEN of the LEGO GROUP on the origins of the magazine, and how the LEGO fan community has grown along with the iconic toy company. Also, BrickJournal tracks down some of the best builders of the past 50 issues—where are they now, and what are they building?


Issue 49

BrickJournal #49 (84 full-color pages, $8.95), the magazine for LEGO enthusiasts, celebrates the 40th anniversary of the TECHNIC line of sets! Photo editor GEOFF GRAY takes a look at the sets that made this theme more than building! Editor JOE MENO interviews former LEGO Set Designer SØREN HOLM about a classic TECHNIC set: The TECHNIC SPACE SHUTTLE! TECHNIC Fan MICHAEL BROWN shows off his AH-64 APACHE – in TECHNIC scale!

 

 


Issue 48

BrickJournal #48 (84 full-color pages, $8.95), the magazine for LEGO enthusiasts, returns to the fast-changing world of MECHA! We’ll have interviews with mecha builders BENJAMIN CHEH, KELVIN LOW, LU SIM, FREDDY TAM, DAVID LIU, and SAM CHEUNG! Learn how to build mechs with some of the best mecha builders in the world!

 

 

 


 

Issue 47

BrickJournal #47 (84 full-color pages, $8.95), the magazine for LEGO enthusiasts, makes some waves in its UNDERSEA ISSUE! First, builder MITSURU NIKAIDO shows us his undersea creatures and organic builds! Then jump aboard MARCELLO DeCICCO’s minifigure-scale warships!

 

 

 

 


 

Issue 46

BrickJournal #46 (84 full-color pages, $8.95), the magazine for LEGO enthusiasts, goes back to the train station with LEGO train builder CALE LEIPHART! We’ll also take a look at the train layouts and models from the PENNSYLVANIA LEGO Users Group (PENNLug) and a new LEGO Train fan website that launched this year, BRICK MODEL RAILROADER!

 

 

 


Issue 45

BrickJournal #45 (84 full-color pages, $8.95), the magazine for LEGO enthusiasts, spotlights female builders from around the world! US Architectural builder ANURADHA PEHRSON, British Microscale builder FERNANDA RIMINI, US Bionicle builder BREANN SLEDGE, and Norwegian Town builder BIRGITTE JONSGARD talk about their work and inspirations!

 

 

 


Issue 44

The Theme Park Issue!

BrickJournal #44 (84 full-color pages, $8.95), the magazine for LEGO enthusiasts, goes to some of the happiest places on Earth in its THEME PARK ISSUE! First, builder ERIK JONES takes us on a visit to his custom LEGO version of Cinderella Castle! Then, join STÉPHANE DELY for a tour of his LEGO Sleeping Beauty Castle as seen at Disneyland Paris! And don’t miss JOHN RUDY’s brick-built versions of your favorite theme park rides!