About Foolish Lego 2016-11-03T20:00:15+00:00

Welcome to Foolish Lego!

Header_DwaasHi! I am Dwaas (Dutch for fool) and then keeper of Foolish Lego.

The website is dedicated to fantasy and the use of Lego to bring these fantasies to live. Being a so-called “AFOL” (Adult Fan Of Lego) helps.

During the day (and most of the evenings, and some nights) I work as a medical specialist , but once I can find some time, the (other) fun begins.

Like many kids, I loved playing with LEGO  when I was young(er), mostly together with my brothers. As I got older, the obsession died down a bit. Actually a lot…. I went into the so-called “dark-ages”. Lego always remained a guilty pleasure though.

At the end of 2012 my interest in LEGO rose again (It doesn’t hurt that my daughter had reached the age where she was getting into building).

Also, I was looking for a way to improve on my photography skills, and decided to put the two together to start the Foolish LEGO Project. In 2013 and 2014, for 730 days, I created, photographed and uploaded a a daily LEGO photo. Wherever I traveled, I brought my LEGO minifigures and bricks with me to capture the Lego shot each and every day. From the beaches of Miami, to the mountains of Nepal, to the shores of Turkey and Greece, the city of New York (but mostly at home) — wherever I went, my LEGO friends were right there with me.

Besides the Lego photography an other project started on August 13th 2013 (my daughters birthday 🙂 ). Foolish Lego the comic! So be sure to check that out too.

What’s next for Foolish Lego? Well, I still love taking LEGO photos and creating the Foolish Lego comic, so I won’t stop anytime soon. And who knows what the future will bring. If you have any suggestions, let me know!

Thank you for visiting Foolish Lego and I hope you enjoy your stay here.




  1. canonfreakie March 19, 2013 at 07:50 - Reply

    Hi Dwaas!
    Nice new website! Nice design. I like it!

    • Foolish Lego March 19, 2013 at 09:20 - Reply

      Thank you! And now a lot of the refurbishing here is done we can spend some time together again 😛

  2. Gemma July 12, 2013 at 16:30 - Reply

    Hi Dwaas!

    Being a huge Lego fan myself (I have a small business making jewellery from it), I’m often sent links to all things Lego related.

    Love your site, the photo’s are brilliant! Keep up the good work!


  3. littlemissdoom August 8, 2013 at 16:39 - Reply

    i started to use lego figures for models a couple of weeks ago, i really love your work. it has inspired me as a photographer as well. you should check out my work sometime 🙂

  4. yiharuablog January 7, 2014 at 21:09 - Reply

    Nice remale to your about section.

    Didnt know you were medical specialist! After this course I hope to go to the univeristy to do medicine :).

    And didn´t know either you travelled from Nepal to Miami… Wow, Dwaas has been everywhere!

    Keep up with the project for many years!

  5. Farhan Ishak April 26, 2014 at 17:47 - Reply

    Love this! I myself am putting my love for LEGO and photography. If you have the time, take a look at my work at either http://www.farhanishak.com or LEGOstories on Facebook. 🙂 Cheers and keep them LEGO comics coming!

  6. Suzanne Koudijs June 9, 2014 at 12:02 - Reply

    Ha! Wat een geweldige website! Zit hier echt te genieten. De fotografie is indrukwekkend hoor. En wat een werk….
    Gr, Suzanne

  7. Arlwis August 29, 2014 at 12:52 - Reply

    Thanks for giving me the idea of starting such photo series myself!
    Just that I have to get the resources but as you said, who knows what time brings?

    • dwaas August 29, 2014 at 12:55 - Reply

      Thank you; as I replied on another comment from you concerning your photography;

      “Two tips for your photography
      1. (easy) get you subject in focus! Don’t post a photo (on twitter) on which your subject is out of focus.
      2. (more difficult) Put a lot of effort in composition (google it, or read books about photo composition). This is very subjective, but read about composition and then look at a lot of photo’s from others and think about why they composed the photo like that, think about how you like the choice the photographer made and think about whether you would have done it different and how.

      experiment in private and only post pictures if you are happy with them. (my tip not an absolute reality)”

      Good luck!

  8. Gooberandcindy.com September 17, 2014 at 09:57 - Reply

    Hey nog een nederlander in de webcomic communtiy! Gaaf! 🙂

    • Foolish Lego September 19, 2014 at 09:53 - Reply

      Yes, I believe the Dutch are very well represented in the amount of webcomics. 🙂

  9. Mr. Awesomepants December 7, 2015 at 21:43 - Reply

    Do you have any idea how to reach author status in the BCN? thanks!

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