by David Scarfe
September 2016, 128 pp.
Full Color, Hardcover
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Indulge your love for LEGO® by making the challenging, quirky, and occasionally practical designs in Geeky LEGO Crafts.
Follow the step-by-step instructions to build handy bookends, geeky coasters, a stylish wine rack, adorable pencil holders, and much more.
About the Author
David Scarfe is a Sunday Times best-selling author as well as co-creator and designer of Channel 4's critically acclaimed cartoon Full English. He is a graduate of the Royal Academy School of Arts.
“David Scarfe should be proud of his book, it is very well-written and entertaining to boot. With the holidays just around the corner, it might make the perfect gift for that LEGO fan you know!”
“Every project has a certain retro charm and kids in particular are bound to find something they fancy having a go at building, and because everything is made from basic parts, the chances are they'll have most them already. It's therefore the ideal Christmas gift for upcoming LEGO master builders!”
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“Overall this is a great book that I’d highly recommend for the seasoned brick fanatic or someone that might have a passing interest. It would make a great Christmas gift and offer an activity that the whole family could get involved with. Geeky LEGO Crafts provides enough ideas to make even the rainiest of days that little bit brighter and I, for one, would definitely welcome a second volume in the near future.”
“I particularly liked the Cassette Letter Holder (excellent use of colour) and the Floppy Disk Coasters, mainly because of their vintage feel. The book looks like the perfect companion to one or more large Classic Creative Brick Boxes, as a source of additional inspiration.”
“David Scarfe has curated an eclectic mix of LEGO projects, which will challenge some and inspire others to delve into their LEGO bricks and build something a little out of the norm.”
“If I was to pick my favorite LEGO book of this year, I would most assuredly say Geeky LEGO Crafts by David Scarfe, and published by No Starch Press, is it. Flipping through this book has been a delightfully entertaining experience.”
“If you know someone who loves video games or anything remotely geeky, this LEGO book would make a great gift, as would the final LEGO builds that are included inside.”
“This is a 'must' buy for fans of quirky and geeky LEGO builds. It will also be popular with LEGO fans who want to learn build techniques that they can use to build useful models around the home; such as the cassette letter holder, retro controller phone station or giant key holder.”