Lego isn’t just a children’s play activity.

April 12, 2011 § 3 Comments

LEGO Architect – Adam Reed Tucker

Mr. Adam Reed Tucker is a LEGO Certified Professional, he started experimenting with Lego as a medium of artistic years ago when he created Brickstructures. By using a media recognized, creations attract all kinds of different people, asking them to look more closely. Block is the perfect tool to explain the complexity of the tower with a simple and easily understood manner.  Find out more about him


§ 3 Responses to Lego isn’t just a children’s play activity.

  • theKellyMuir says:

    Interesting stuff Betty; I just did some more research how one becomes a LEGO Certified Professional.

    LEGO Certified Professionals is a community-based program made up of adult LEGO hobbyists who have turned their passion for building and creating with LEGO bricks into a full-time or part-time profession.

    They’re not LEGO employees, but are officially recognized by the LEGO Group as trusted business partners.

  • Tim Freeman says:

    I always find it interesting what people make out of lego and Adam Reed Tucker has definitely taken lego building to the next level! Those buildings he has created are pretty big structures where you see him standing next to them. It would have taken hours and hours to create and build.

  • betty zhang says:

    Thx for the additional info, Kelly. Yes it’s interesting see people turned child play things into great piece of art.

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