Chronicle Books are set to explore the miniature of LEGO® photography with a newly revealed book. LEGO In Focus will highlight the amazingly creative work of two talented fan photography communities, BrickCentral and Stuck in Plastic. As with other books from Chronicle, it will be a high-quality coffee table book, filled with amazing images as well as behind the scenes content, offering tips to budding mini photographers. Both communities contributing to this book create some outstanding images so the book is going to be a real treat. It is set to be published in October. Check out the cover and first details below.
A vibrant and adventurous LEGO® photography book that sees the world in LEGO bricks and minifigures.
LEGO In Focus celebrates the boundless creativity of LEGO play through stunning brick and minifigure photography. Look through the lens of 50 toy photographers as they imagine the world from a LEGO point of view.
This distinctive collection from creators across the globe explores minifigure-sized perspectives on nature, urban life, travel and adventure, and much more. From diving into the ocean’s depths and seeking shelter in a snowstorm, to dancing at a washing machine disco and enjoying ice cream on a summer day, each image offers surprises and hidden humor, while sharpening our focus to the magic of play. Detailed captions and behind-the-scenes progress images take us deeper into the bricks and elements that connect us. LEGO In Focus is the perfect experiential, imaginative photography book for LEGO builders and dreamers alike.
TOY PHOTOGRAPHY FOR LEGO FANS, BY LEGO FANS: The art for this beautiful coffee table book was provided by two talented fan photography communities, Brick Central and Stuck in Plastic. Each of these global communities works closely with the LEGO Group to engage Adult Fans of LEGO (AFOLs).
FIRST OF IT’S KIND: Never before have adult LEGO fan communities from across the globe come together quite like this. An original concept, this book offers beautiful photography plus quiet humor that fans of LEGO photography books like Small Scenes from a Large Galaxy will love.