The Brick Man

LEGO® lovers unite! The very popular LEGO® display by Ryan McNaught, the “Brick Man Experience- An Exhibition of Lego Works”, will be featuring at Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre for thirteen days from 10th until 22nd December. It comes after sold out exhibitions in Melbourne and Sydney.
The Brick Man Experience will feature sixty of McNaught’s original works, each with their own behind the scenes story, original drawings and sketches. The display will also include his biggest ever Star Wars LEGO build, QANTAS A380, a quarter scale LEGO Ferrari and the world’s largest LEGO flower. He has used a massive 5 million + LEGO bricks to create his pieces. He really is “The Brick Man”.
Not only can you marvel at his creative genius, but there will also be other works from LEGO certified Professionals featured in the exhibition with their own theme of “Transport”. These creations must be based on transport from the builder’s native country. LEGO enthusiasts are sure to be in their element.
There will be special things you can do too. Every day over the thirteen days, there will be two really big mystery mosaics built, each made of over 170,000 pieces of LEGO!
In the Trainee Master Builder area you can have a go and create your own LEGO masterpiece. Your Model will then go on the Hero Wall for everyone else to admire.
There is also the Secret Signature Build where your name will permanently be on one of McNaught’s mega models. Super cool.
Ryan McNaught will be at the exhibition daily from December 10-13, but your ticket does not guarantee you meeting him, however he does try his best to meet as many fans as possible. He is only human after all.
Entry to this event is free for Children under 3 and family passes are available. Discounts are available for concession card holders. Tickets are available at the door but it is highly recommended you purchase your tickets in advance online to avoid disappointment! Tickets are available at http://premier.ticketek.com.au/shows/show.aspx?sh=BRICKMAN15
No professional photography, hot food or alcohol is permitted at this event. Parking is available with direct lift access, or you may wish to make the most of the public transport. To plan your travel by bus, ferry or train, please visit translink.com.au

Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
Cnr Merivale and Glenelg Streets
South Bank, Brisbane
Queensland Australia