Brickmania model designer Daniel Siskind has donated another rare prototype model to be auctioned at World War Brick Hartford. This is the first prototype of the Messerschmitt Bf-109 Kurfürst that was eventually put into production (in other colors) in 2014. This is your chance to own a rare piece of Brickmania and a piece of history – and it’s the only one of it’s kind! Only weekend pass holders will be eligible to bid. If you can’t make it, find someone who can! Proceed will be donated to Wounded Warrior Project.
We are pleased to announce that we will have two copies of Brickmania’s epic A-10 Warthog kit available at World War Brick Hartford! These massive (1000+ piece) kits sold out online with a day of release, but two were set aside specifically for this event. Weekend Pass holders will have first chance to get one, but beware of the equally epic price tag!
The massive D-Day Diorama built by the Brickmania Team will be on display at World War Brick Hartford. The display measures an incredible 25 feet long and is made up from several hundred thousand LEGO bricks and hundreds of custom mini figures.
Kyle holds up the newly minted World War Brick quilt made with loving care for the Wounded Warrior Project benefit auction. This takes place Saturday night at World War Brick and is open to everyone with a Weekend Pass. Sp far we have raised over $20,000 for our veterans and that number will increase with your continued support!
We think World War Brick is pretty cool, but don’t just take our word for it! Enjoy the video!
Hooray! More rooms available for World War Brick Hartford for those wishing to stay at the event! The Radisson has set aside up to ten more rooms for those wishing to stay with us at WWB Hartford. They are available for reservations placed by July 4th or until they sell out. Use promotional code: BRKMNA when registering for your hotel room HERE
World War Brick is this weekend at the Embassy Suites Anaheim South on February 10-12th, 2017. This year we have expanded the amount of space available for displays and activities. Daily public tickets and Weekend Passes will be available at the door. Public hours are Saturday and Sunday only, 10:00am to 4pm. The Weekend Pass will be available for people who want to display MOCs (My Own Creations) and participate in all of the activities. We encourage people to sign up early so we offer stepped discounts for early registrants and ticket purchasers.
Weekend Pass (all access to for all three days, exhibitor privileges and full activity access): $125 at the door (very limited quantities remain),
Saturday Public Exhibit: $15 at the door.
Sunday Public Exhibit: $13 at the door.
Children 3 and under are admitted free of charge!
Weekend pass purchasers must be 15 years of age or accompanied by an parent or guardian with their own weekend pass.
The Only World War Brick in 2017!
We are planning to do only a single World War Brick event in 2017 and Anaheim is where it will be at. This is THE premier date and location to see the latest creations from the Brickmania team, new product unveilings and a chance to meet the people behind Brickmania, BrickArms, GI Brick, Citizen Brick, Eclipse Grafx, and more! For 2017 we will have new activities, new games, a new benefit cause and just more awesomeness than ever before. Miss out at your own peril!
Here are a few pictures taken at Word War Brick Minnespolis last weekend. Thanks for the memories!
A couple of builders are planning to recreate the famous M26 Pershing vs. Panther tank duel at the Cologne Cathedral in LEGO bricks for World War Brick Minneapolis 2016. they are looking for your help and have a whole bevy of thank you gifts for your help. Help them raise $1400 to buy the parts needed to complete the model and become part of this historical recreation! Read more about the project HERE and pledge your support!