(Pictures of my creations can also be found in my BrickShelf folder)
KBC Banking and Insurance organised during the month October a savings/investments-tombola. Every year a European country is the central theme of this special action. This year the European country was Denmark (e.g. city-trips to Kopenhagen to win). Some local offices even dress up the entire bank to match that European country. One of the employees at KBC Leuven-Ladeuze knew that Denmark is the homeland of LEGO. He contacted me, asking if I wanted to exhibit my work in their office during the month October. It's very nice to hear from someone outside the Lego-community he actually likes my creations.
My Level 42-mosaic was hung in the reception area, while my sliding puzzles were placed somewhere in the middle of the office. BeLUG-colleague Serge Belsack also had some items on display that didn't have to go to LegoWorld (unfortunately LegoWorld Zwolle is also in October). And there was a stand with Carlsberg-beer, too (very Danish, isn't it?).
Because I haven't build many new things lately (with still lots of bricks in stock), I suggested to build a mosaic of the KBC-logo. Let's be clear about this: I did not build this mosaic on commission (wrong moment, with the current worldwide financial crisis...). But I had two days fun building it before the exhibit, and two more hours to take it apart afterwards... And it was also hung in the reception area of the bank.
- 66 studs wide, 131 plates high.
- It looks a bit weird on the back, but I used about every medium blue (mostly 2x2 corner) brick/plate I had in my supply to make it as big as possible...
Special thanks to Herman Decoster at KBC Leuven-Ladeuze.
The KBC logo appears with kind permission of KBC Banking and Insurance.