The Brick Bucket is a blog about LEGO. LEGO bricks are an innovative toy as well as an art form that can be used to create whatever one can imagine.
On The Brick Bucket, you'll primarily see LEGO creations (known as MOCs for My Own Creation) built by fans from around the world, although LEGO set reviews, news, and other musings on LEGO creations and the LEGO community can be found here as well.
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The Brick Bucket Blogging Team is made up of TFOLs (Teen Fans of LEGO) from around the world, who are all accomplished builders themselves.
Tate Whitesell- editor-in-chief
Tate is a TFOL from the United States who founded The Brick Bucket in 2014 and has since served as its editor-in-chief. He enjoys building in almost every theme and is working on improving his MOCing skills.
- Flickr: www.flickr.com/photos/flying-casual/
- Brickset: www.brickset.com/profile/flying-casual
Aaron Van Cleave
Known as "A Plastic Infinity" on Flickr, Aaron specializes in zany fantasy/sci-fi builds with creative part usages.
- Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/88919111@N04/
Dead Frog Inc.
No one knows much about the mysterious Dead Frog Inc. (call him Frog). He's primarily a sci-fi/military builder.
- Flickr: www.flickr.com/photos/just0nebrick/
BrickBuilder7622 on Flickr, John is interested by engineering, design, and architecture, and brings these concepts to his MOCs. He enjoys nature walks, photography, and playing the accordion - and is learning Danish (just in case he might have a LEGO career opportunity...)
- Flickr: www.flickr.com/photos/john_klapheke/
- Personal Website: johnklapheke.weebly.com/
More writers may be added soon - contact us if you'd like to join our team!
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