While visiting a LEGO® store in Chicago with my family, I was mesmerized by a huge brick mosaic depicting the cityscape on the walls outside of the store. While I had played with LEGO® as a child (and again with my own children), I always had built three-dimensional projects, but I hadn’t before considered using them for creating two-dimensional artwork. What I found especially fascinating about the Chicago skyline mosaic was how subtle details somehow emerged from a very low resolution art work (LEGO® bricks are extremely low resolution at only 3.2 pixels per inch!), and how the appearance of the piece changed when viewed closeup and from afar. I was hooked and I decided that I wanted to explore this art medium myself. But how could I begin building this unusual art? My exploration of this medium has been a self-led journey with plenty of trial and error, but I have enjoyed the journey and have a sense of pride about the pieces I have created and the joy they bring to others.