"I’m looking for a one-knight stand — but don’t worry, I’ll wear protection!"
For those of you in Deutschland, be on the lookout for my interview in the German video game magazine Games Aktuell — in a feature for gaming fan art and LEGO creations! With all of my press in Europe as of this year, I’m optimistic that eventually soon LEGO Group in Denmark will take notice too…
-Baron von Brunk
Fun fact: there are only two kinds of countries in the world — ones that use the metric system, and ones that put men on the moon. "10, 9, 8, and counting down, our boys are on their way. Tell the world the universe belongs to us today!"
July, 20th 1969
-Baron von Brunk
Happy birthday, America! Never forget.
Mr. Burns would agree: the craft beer selection here at #Rumspringa is excellent! (at Rumspringa Brewing Company)
Sometimes I amaze even myself. Full photo shoot coming tomorrow. #LEGO #Zelda #Triforce #Nintendo (at Baron von Brunk’s Attic Fortress of Justice)
I opted for the 13 Watt 880 lumen candelabra CFL bulb instead for that bright stark white output. The lamp is near complete: currently I’m trying to figure out a way to make a good #Triforce roof/lid — which shall rocketh thy world. #LEGO #Zelda #OcarinaOfTime #LegendOfZelda #Nintendo64 (at Baron von Brunk’s Attic Fortress of Justice)
The Kokiri Emerald side of my forthcoming #LEGO Legend of #Zelda mood lamp is complete! I’m probably going to slightly revise the background pixel art to blend the green and brown a little more differently. (at Baron von Brunk’s Attic Fortress of Justice)
I just ran out of the remaining green pieces to almost complete the final wall of my mosaic #LEGO Legend of #Zelda lamp. This is the part I hate: parts shortages — and waiting for new pieces to arrive in the mail. (at Baron von Brunk’s Attic Fortress of Justice)
First wall of my next mosaic LEGO Legend of Zelda lamp is up! Two more mosaic walls and a lid to go. This bad boy shall use a 9 Watt candelabra bulb for super illumination! (at Baron von Brunk’s Attic Fortress of Justice)
"I’ve been waiting for you, Itchy-Wan."
Diorama and photography by Baron von Brunk. Camera: Nikon D5200 DSLR.
A triangular-shaped #LEGO lamp base — why, I wonder what on earth I could be building!? (at Baron von Brunk’s Attic Fortress of Justice)