BrickCan is finally here after a year long wait and I checked out the public exhibition today which had tons of amazing LEGO builds on display. It was amazing and awe-inspiring to see the creativity and what you can do with a box of LEGO bricks. I'm definitely going to be opening up some more sets to build this weekend! Check out some of cool builds below!
There was a pretty large winter scene that I really liked! There were a lot of people around so I couldn't take a full picture but here are some parts of the build.
|The lit up ice rink was very cool!|
|The Vancouver 2010 Olympic cauldron!|
|The Burrard St bridge.|
|I thought this Victoria bus build was very nice and detailed!|
|Arch of Constantine. I really liked this one.|
Some miniature versions of modulars that LEGO has out.
|The steam clock in Gastown.|
|You will be assimilated; resistance is futile.|
|I really like any LEGO builds with trees so this one was probably my favourite.|
|For Game of Thrones fans - Pyke Castle! If you look closely, you can spot a banner with the house Greyjoy sigil.|
|One of the fan favourites was this house from Up.|
|I really like the use of LEGO croissants in this build!|
|Batman and Robin to the rescue!|
|This aquarium scene was very cool.|
There were a lot of different steampunk and mech builds.
|A grayscale modular build.|
|Canada 150 in the flower bed. This is pretty amazing!|
There were lots of vendors selling LEGO and LEGO related products, including engraved bricks, jewelry, soap, pillows and art. I didn't end up getting anything today, but I really enjoyed looking at the minifigures for sale.
At the end of the session, any child with a ticket can get a free bear build. It's very cute!
BrickCan will be at the River Rock Casino for one more day so grab your tickets now! A ticket is valid for a 2 hour time slot to look at all the builds and check out the vendors.