The reason you're here

LEGOLAND, California
Where I used to work

The coolest Wiki I know of...
LEGO Users Group NETwork, the name says it all
One of the GREAT places to post your MOCs for free
Another one of the GREAT places to post your MOCs for free
Celebrate the Brick!
The BEST place for the pieces you need
Sets, parts, instructions - all searchable
There are lots of LEGO® links here
An ever-expanding listing of official LEGO® sets
A resource for LEGO reviews and news

Where LEGO Comes From
How LEGO® is made in an way cool animated, interactive demo

© 2003-2014 Jonathan Eric Hunter DBA The Art of LeGogh.
LEGO®, the minifigure, and the brick configuration are property of The LEGO Group of Companies, which does not sponsor, own, or endorse this site.

This is The Art of LeGogh and my name is Eric Hunter. I am an artist and LEGO® is my medium. I design and build custom LEGO models of anything you desire; from buildings and vehicles to mosaics, sculptures and more. Click here to email me for an estimate!
Since I was four years old, I have been building with LEGO bricks; so I have over 40 years of experience so far! I am a former Master Model Builder of nine years at LEGOLAND® California from 2005 to 2014. What a wonderful experience that was! I learned a lot about design and implementation while working there. I had the privilege of designing the world’s-tallest Miniland® building to date; The Petronas Twin Towers model which is the centerpiece of LEGOLAND Malaysia. It is 32.85 feet tall and constructed entirely out of regular-sized LEGO elements.

REPLICAS • Homes • Offices • Cars • Boats • Planes • Trains
TRADE SHOWS • Your Product • On-Site Build • 3D Logos
MOSAICS • Family • Pets • Logos • Photos • Artwork
SCULPTURE • 3D Logos • Abstract • Busts
BUILD EVENTS • Corporate • Public • Private • Team Builds • Birthdays
FURNITURE • Shelves • Sconces • Lamps • Tables • Chairs • Frames • Hooks

• Custom LEGO set box (design & fabrication)
• Custom LEGO set (instructions design & print)
• Lighted/animated/water features
• LEGO room creation/organization
• Steel infrastructures

There is almost an infinite number of scales in which models can be created. The first question to ask is roughly how big does the final LEGO model need to be? Common scales used in LEGO® building include 1:50 and smaller (Micro scale), 1:45 (Minifig scale), 1:20 (Miniland scale), 1:8 and larger (Macro scale). Most models can be built at any desired size. If you want a model of a tall skyscraper in your office, it would be Micro scale. A model of an oversized LEGO brick as a tissue dispenser is Macro scale.

• A scale, timeline and price (half up front, half on delivery) are agreed upon
• Necessary reference materials are compiled; photos, measurements, floor plans, etc...
• Upon approval, the LEGO elements are ordered
• Wait for the elements to arrive (can take up to 30 days)
• Final model is built and delivered on time
• Lots of fun for all!
Click hereto read some newspaper articles about me...