Build dozens of unique and intricate spacecraft with LEGO.
Jeff Friesen is an award-winning LEGO expert and photographer whose work has been featured on the Brothers Brick website and in Brick Journal and Blocks magazines. In addition to LEGO Space Projects, he is the author of LEGO Micro Cities and The LEGO Castle Book (both No Starch Press). Much of Friesen's stunning LEGO photography can be found on his Instagram account, @jeff_works, and his LEGO builds have been featured on LEGO's official social media channels.
"A pretty nice introduction to building microscale space, and for
those new to the hobby, getting started in finding and ordering
parts . . the small scale allows for a multitude of variety with
ship styles that are defined in the book. Friesen has a lot to talk
about in terms of the theme and building, and he does so with a
voice that is slightly reminiscent of the Hitchhiker's Guide to
the Galaxy. Expect some humor in the book."
-Joe Meno, Brick Journal
"The images are clear, as are the instructions . . . If you are interested in microscale spacecraft, either for the Neat Parts Usage, to create a small armada with the parts at hand, or you just love looking at beautifully rendered images of creatively designed LEGO models, you would be well advised to look at this book."
-The Rambling Brick
"A great addition to Jeff Friesen's collection . . . I highly recommend picking this book up if you're a LEGO Space fan, a micro-scale LEGO builder, or you really enjoy some awesome LEGO models."
-Adam's Brick Junction
"Oozes quality and inspiration . . . I enjoyed this immensly."
"Anyone who loves spaceships and wants to learn to build them in a greeble style at microscale should pick up LEGO Space Projects: 52 Creative Models. It is a great resource for learning how to build big while building small spaceships."
"LEGO Space Projects is a must-have for any LEGO enthusiast . . . If you want a challenge or love space, you'll find many space projects that are recognizable and enjoyable to build in this book."
-Rachel Dehning, Portland Book Review