The LEGO company released the record breaking number of 859 Minifigures in the year 2016. We are truly struggling with photographing this incredible number of figures. The main problem is to get access. The LEGO company initially agreed to give me access, but pulled back their support.
I need your help to continue the Minifigure Catalog project! Are any of you willing to allow me to photograph your collection? I could potentially visit you, or you could lend them to me for a week. I would be more than happy to pay for the shipping and I would also agree to making a deposit.
Without your help the catalog series will have to stop and no further books or updates to our App will become available. Both, Nic and I, are putting a lot of love and labor into this project, but the current rate at which the LEGO company produces new Minifigures, we are not able to financially justify the project.
Please, get in touch with me via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or personal message if you are able to help.
I am happy to announce that The Complete LEGO Minifigure Catalog 1975-2015 is now available as a book and eBook. This book is the result of five years of work and it includes highly professional photographs of nearly all Minifigures. No other book can compete with its extensive coverage.
Using a new printing and publication channel this massive 580 pages book is available as a hard cover book. Even a Deluxe Edition is available that is printed using superior color printing technology. This is the definite guide for any Minifigure enthusiast or LEGO fan. This is the book that Minifigures deserve.
Jose from Hispabrick’s Magazine reviewedThe Ideal Order. He praised the book for its discussion of classification system. It is very interesting to see how different reviewers react to the various aspects of the book.