If this is the first time you’ve found yourself reading my blog, here are two important pieces of information:
1. I love LEGO.
2. I’m probably the biggest Agatha Christie fan in South Africa.
Right, now that we’ve got that out the way.
I’ve been re-imagining my favourite books and films with LEGO for about six years (maybe seven). Naturally, many of these have focused on Agatha Christie. (If you’re curious about what’s behind my old-fashioned obsession, you can read this blog on the subject.)
I thought it would be a nice idea to celebrate this prolific crime writer in the month of her death with all the little vignettes I’ve made about her work to date.
Murder on the Orient Express
Closed Casket (a Sophie Hannah Poirot mystery)
Evil Under the Sun
Death on the Nile (I)
Death on the Nile (II)
And Then There Were None
The Mystery of the Blue Train
Sometimes I make LEGO stories for other people. Here are a few cover re-imaginings I created for the Hodderscape blog.
Which Agatha Christie would you like to see recreated with LEGO?
See more of my LEGO stories on Tumblr.
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