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A Blog by Casey M., Katie W., Dave W., and Sean & Steph M.

Friday, December 31, 2010

Happy New Year!

Hey everyone,

Just wanted to put a quick post! Happy New Year! I hope you are enjoying yourself with friends and family...or whatever.... ;-D

Just wanted to say I've got a lot of things planned and I'm looking forward to a new year! Thanks again all you readers who are still reading. It's been quite a bumpy ride so far. It will get smoother. ;-)

Thanks,
Casey

Monday, December 27, 2010

Update: WOW! It's been this long?

Hey everyone,

Oh my gosh! I haven't posted in 2 weeks! I am so sorry! I can't believe this happened. I guess I just couldn't keep track of things with the holidays and stuff that I got distracted and forgot about the blog. Once again, I'm sorry. Thanks if you are still reading ;-D

Well, for Christmas I got some very nice Lego stuff such as Lego A Love Story, The Unofficial Lego Builders Guide, and a 1 year subscription to Brickjournal (woo!).

I really want to post more often, I'm new year's resolution is to post 3 times a week (at least!). We'll see if I can keep it up! ;-D I'll try to post once of course before the new year. By the way, my surgery that I had went fine and stuff, but it is kinda hard to walk now. Oh well! More building, right? ;-D

Hope everyone had a Merry Christmas, more mosaics on the way,
~Casey~

Saturday, December 18, 2010

"The Wall"

I'm not sure if you could technically call it a mosaic, it's more like a sculpture in my opinion, but Flickr user, torgugick, creates this really cool face coming out of a wall of somesort. For those of you that know (I don't ;-P ) he says it's Pink Floyd's "The Wall".

The Wall 1

The most incredible part about it is that it is made only out of three different elements! It is made out of 2 types of 1x2 plates, and 1 type of a 1x1 plate. Awesome!

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Mall of America LEGO Store Unveiling Mosaics

A bit of a "not so regular" post today, but I am subscribed to the youtube channel called, LegoClubTV , which I'm pretty sure is the "official"-ish Lego Company youtube channel. They recently posted a video of the Mall of America LEGO Store Unveiling, and they actually had mosaics in it!

Now, there are only a few and they are only in the beginning of the video, but boy are they awesome! Man, I wish I was there! ;-D

Check them out below:


Saturday, December 11, 2010

"Ho ho ho! Merrrryyy Christmas!!!"

Flickr user, Alfred jr, posted a photo of a FFOL building/fixing/sitting by a Lego Santa mosaic during LEGO Kid's Fest 2010 of Hartford, CT. I'm not sure if the woman in the photo is the Flickr user (I doubt it), but if anyone can I.D. her for me, that would be great!

Anyway! The mosaic is awesome. ;-D



"Ho ho ho! Want do you want for Christmas, Susan? Lego! Of course you do! Ho ho ho..."

** Thanks to Bruce N H for sending me the link to the mosaic. If you have a mosaic you want to see featured, email me at mosaicbricks (at) gmail.com

Friday, December 10, 2010

"The weather outside is frightful, but the mosaics are so delightful..."

Flickr user, eilonwy77 (a.k.a. Katie Walker), creates a beautiful Holiday mosaic 9-pack filled to the brim with Christmas cheer that would fill up even the biggest of stockings.



Check out our interview with her here, in case you have missed it.

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Update: Oh my gosh!!

Hey guys!

Another update. I've been really busy again lately. Lots upon lots of stuff going on. Just to let you know, I STILL think about the blog and stuff, I've just been really busy lately. Just letting you know.

I hope to continue posting Christmas things on the blog and stuff. I am going into surgery on Christmas Eve Eve so I won't be able to walk for around a month (or at least it will be dangerous and hard) so I will have lots of free time for posting!

Anyway, just wanted to tell you quickly that I exist. It has almost been a week since I last posted.

See ya'!
Casey

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!

Merry Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa everyone (which ever holiday you celebrate)! We're now going to start spreading spirit here on MosaicBricks all through the month of December! Unfortunately, I'm unable to change the colors of the blog right now to green and red. It's weird because blogspot (the website blogging thing I use) has been acting up lately.

Anyway! On to mosaics!

MOCpages user, Jacub Maur, created a great mosaic of a snowman and a Christmas tree (Obviously, but that's what he called it).



It's actually a really, really big mosaic so make sure you check out the creation here to see the entire thing.

So, yeah, time to get in the Holiday spirit!