Today, we have rather interesting review. It’s not an official LEGO product but it does contain LEGO MOCs. Andrew Payne, aka Clankwerks, is into LEGO products as well as the outdoors so why not combine the two. He has created a Brickrock Moab 2015 Wall Calendar that features some of his MOCs in the wild in Moab, Utah. This project was a year long one from designing and building the vehicles to taking them out to various locations such as the Slickrock Trail and the Delicate Arch. Some of the MOCs include Jeeps, UTVs (Utility Task Vehicles), Unimog campers, and Volkswagen Westfalia Campers.
The calendar itself is made from glossy paper and is filled with a number of holidays and events that you may or may not heard of like National Go Barefoot Day and National Tortilla Chip Day. It even has the founder of The LEGO Group Ole Kirk Christiansen’s birthday on there which makes a great trivia question for LEGO fans.
As a photography enthusiast, the details in the photos are very nice from the coloring to the depth of field of the MOCs to the background. If you’re interested in the 2015 Calendar, head over to Etsy to purchase your own. Also, if want to build your own versions of the MOCs, head over to Imgur and there are links to the LXF files on Eurobricks.
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