(My unique LEGO-process will get it’s own website soon. For now, I will use this website to inform you about my latest LEGO-news!)

As an artist I create unique LEGO-miniatures based on iconic art works. By doing so, I try to tell the wonderful stories of art to people who are not familiar with the art world. Check this website of visit Brick Art Stories on Instagram to see more unique LEGO-miniatures!

-My LEGO Lobster Telephone is publiced in the online magazine about Appropriation Art, by Pictoright Amsterdam. Watch this magazine here!

-New article in the local newspaper BredaVandaag – Dutch only. Click!

-New article about my artist process, written by Walter van Teeffelen for the website In Dutch only. Enlish version will be published on a Spanish site later this year.

Photo product of LEGO-miniature inspired by Electric Chair – Andy Warhol

-Article in newspaper PAROOL (Dutch only)

When I built a second miniature based on the oeuvre of Dutch artist Bas Jan Ader I wondered what the exact location was where he drove his bicycle purposely into the canal. Many people had different answers. Art journalist Jan Pieter Ekker invited me to Amsterdam. Together, and with some film stills of Fall II we found the right location! With the exact location in Amsterdam I could customize my LEGO-miniature even more to the actual situation. Click here to get the article!

Detail of LEGO-miniature based on the docuemented performance Fall II (1970) by Bas Jan Ader.