In The Art of LEGO(R) Design, former LEGO Group designer Jordan Schwartz explores LEGO as an artistic medium, revealing rarely-kwn and creative ways to build impressive models with LEGO. From effective composition to intricate texture design, Schwartz shares a variety of creative insights into crafting both realistic and stylized models. You'll learn tricks like how to turn rubber pieces into an octopus, use light bricks to build a roaring LEGO fire, and create an owl face out of minifigure capes. He also shows unconventional uses for parts like arms and accessories and describes unusual ways to incorporate n-plastic parts like tires and tubes. Full color images of inspiring models stand alongside interviews with talented builders, empowering you to build your own LEGO masterpieces.
Award-winning LEGO builder Jordan Schwartz was one of the LEGO Group's youngest designers. While working for the LEGO Group as part of the Creator/Creator Expert team, Schwartz developed models for a number of official sets. His original models have been featured in several books, including Beautiful LEGO (No Starch Press) and A Million Little Bricks (Skyhorse).