In the News

Ken Cefaratti and other NEOLUG members showcased in “BrickUniverse attracts Lego enthusiasts to Cleveland from  The News-Herald 9/30/2017 by Tawana Roberts.

Photos of Wayne Peltz’s mosaics, Ken Cefaratti’s castle, and Rebecca Deak’s sand castle are illustrated as part of Tawana Robert’s article.

John Stephens interviewed by Kabir Bhatia Time (KBTime) from UBS Hudson Cable Television.

Includes Wayne Peltz’s mosaics, Rebecca Deak’s sand castle, Todd Wolf’s “Lego Stan Hywet,” and NEOLUG’s Micropolis.  Also has the works of Brick Universe artists Paul Hetherington.


Brick Universe on WKYC.

Includes various works from NEOLUG in the footage.

EJ Bocan is found with Greyson Brights promoting Brick Universe with Cleveland’s Own ‘Kickin’ It with Kenny from Fox8.

Wayne Peltz is featured in “Inside the Park” on Fox Sports Sportstime Ohio.
Wayne Peltz’s interview with Ashley Collins can be found here.

Great Lakes Science Center’s LEGO Festival is Happening Right Now on WKYC Channel 3

The LEGO festival Build It! is currently happening at the Great Lakes Science Center and NEOLUG’s own Todd Wolf went on Cleveland’s Channel 3’s Live on Lakeside to promote the event. Check out the video, which featured Todd’s massive Stan Hywet Hall model, here.
One by 1 Lego Mosaics featured in Mimi Vanderhaven
NEOLUG’s very own Wayne Peltz was featured in this month’s Mimi Vanderhaven, a monthly magazine run out of Brunswick that features locally-owned businesses in Northeast Ohio. The article (shown on the left) highlighted Wayne’s recent mosaic of the Cleveland Indians’ shortstop, Francisco Lindor and dove deep into Wayne’s personal building process.  You can also view the entire April 2017 Mimi Vanderhaven online here.

CNet Article
At the 2014 Brickworld Chicago expo, Adrian Drake (aka BrickFrenzy) unveiled his latest Lego® creation. C|Net has the info here.

Cleveland Plain Dealer Article
Nice article about club from The Cleveland Plain Dealer, featuring Adrian, Arthur, and Troy!

Stan Hywet Article.
Article about Deck the Halls at Stan Hywet from the Beacon Journal. Our display is mentioned about half way down.