Cadw Project 1 : A full exhibition of nine unique artworks based on historic Welsh locations, including popup exhibition.
Cadw Project 2 : A miniature model of Caerphilly Castle including mock box art, submitted to the LEGO Ideas platform.
STAEDLER Teachers' Club Project : Two customised models based on primary school children's drawings. These were for the winners of a nationwide drawing competition. Each model is a unique 1 of 1.
V12 Finance / Orchard Media Project : A project to create four LEGO dioramas based on artists chosen by V12. 1,000 model packs were then made and sent to galleries as promotion for V12 products.
These were so popular that the galleries enquired how to get additional models
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WHAT PEOPLE SAY
"We’re over the moon with the finished product – a lot more detailed than we were expecting! Thank you so much!"
- Scott Taylor, Project Lead, V12 Finance / Orchard Media Project
"We were looking for a fitting end to our Pack Your Imagination campaign and the Little Big Art exhibition delivered exactly that.
"It has been great to see children and adults interacting with Andy’s artwork while the exhibition has been on display at our sites across Wales.
"Andy has been great to work with, he kept us updated weekly throughout the creative process and even helped to set up the exhibition to ensure it was just right before it went on display.
"The research Andy put into the project was evident as each piece of art he created was unique in its own way – just like the sites Andy was inspired by.”
- Catrin Elis, Head of Marketing and Tourism Development, Cadw
"These models look absolutely fantastic – thank you so much."
- Meg Evans, Project Lead, STAEDLER Project
"We featured Andy in issue 2 of Bricks Culture magazine, indeed we chose his work as the cover image. He was the perfect subject because he is both a stylish, clever artist and a great entrepreneur. I love the breadth of his original ideas, and the exhibition stands he has created for LEGO shows are extremely well executed - drawing the visitor in and providing a meaningful experience."
- Tim Johnson, Editor, Bricks Culture Magazine