Imagine Rigney may be in his twenties now, but he’s been playing with bricks most of his life. It all started with a trip to the toy store. Even at three, a budding builder, he got a glimpse of the aisle that’d change everything. LEGO. After spending thousands of hours and stacking countless bricks, Imagine stumbled upon his calling – brick art.
Today, we’re talking with him about how he got started, how he builds and what drew him to BioShock in the first place. You see, Imagine also happens to be a huge BioShock fan. Some of his early, higher-profile builds depicted Rapture in amazing detail. He’s reconstructed the skyways of Columbia – and he’s going to share some new builds with us soon.
Multistage BioShock playset, in LEGO spanning the game’s opening plane crash, to the lighthouse and to the Medical Pavilion and beyond. It is fantastic, the work of Imagine Rigney at MOCpages, built for Chicago’s Brickworld 2011 expo