Ecology and healthy life is a really common topic (also for Us lego masters) these days which concerns everybody. I’m into this subject, too because I graduated AGH University of Science and Technology for environment protection. That’s why I decided to help in increasing awareness of waste recycling and care for nature.
Waste management – how to do this properly by lego masters?
An important aspect of environmental protection is to deepen our conscience about that, that’s why me and Hewelianum Centre from Gdańsk took up a challenge to educate people about waste management. The Association of Marine Towns and Communes started a project named “Waste under control” which introduced in Google Lego my new maquette by lego masters, simultaneously teaching about basics of ecology. The aim was to reach the largest group of respondents and therefore the model was traveling across the Pomerania to such cities as Koszalin, Szczecin and Gdańsk, where it stayed for good. If you are curious about learning of taking care of mother Earth on living, I invite you to the Hewelianum Centre, where you can see the model with the specific description and tips for working on our environmental quality.
Forbidden LEGO Pathological tenement on the PRL model on the exhibition of the Museum of Municipal Engineering in Krakow
Forbidden LEGO Pathological tenement on the mock People’s Republic of Poland model at the Museum of Municipal Engineering exhibition
An idea on creating a mock forbidden lego model of Republic of Poland, specially designed for the Municipal Engineering Museum in Krakow. Exhibition arose on the forum of adult LEGO bricks lovers. In those days I did not have many bricks and I was not able to fully show what I can do. However, I just had to add my own three bricks to the mock model of a communist town. I got my own, small piece of mock and I got to work on that. The beginning was quite efficient, yet there was no chance to finish it all up quickly. Every time there were some bricks missing and I just could not finish constructing a building without them (those were the days when there were always not enough bricks). Yet I finally made it and the building was fitted in its place.