Kocke Club Exhibition of LEGO creations, Ljubljana, March 16th, 17th 2013
Kocke klub and its members were invited to set up an exhibition of LEGO creations in collaboration with Rega Kvak toy store and Supernova shopping centre in Ljubljana.
At the exhibition, the visitors of the shopping centre were able to see the creations of Kocke Klub members as well as some of the official LEGO sets. There was a display of a part of the city, including many modular buildings on one side and a winter village on the other. Urban hustle and bustle of the city street was complemented by a large railway station and an operating high-speed passenger train Horizon Express. Of the remaining creations, a minifigure scale model of the Snežnik castle was standing out owing to its impressive and realistic details. Further on, the visitors were able to see the entire Lord of the Rings collection, presentation of some of the Ninjago sets and a collection of pirate ships from the last 20 years. Additionally, Star Wars spaceships, space rockets and monorail were part of space life displays. Technic enthusiasts were able to see various models of the vehicles, and many were impressed by a huge construction machine, built by one of the Kocke klub members, loading and shifting material from one side to the other. Younger visitors were able to relax in the playground corner where bricks were available for their creations. For many of them, the icing on the cake was a competition with off-road vehicles, where their skills were put on a test on specially set up track.
As part of the exhibition, a sales booth of Rega Kvak store and a Kocke klub booth were set up. At the Kocke klub booth the visitors were able to participate in a raffle with every ticket winning a prize.
The following photo gallery shows highlights from the exhibition, whereas the impressions of the exhibition can be found on our forum.
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