He had a fire a few months back that wiped out a good chunk of his house, including the workshop he was using to build his sets.
Something I got to thinking about just now.
Both the Lego Architecture assortment and the current Nanobrick line are focusing on famous landmarks (like the Sears Tower or the White House), with Nanobrick making occasional side ventures into famous vehicles (like the Space Shuttle) or scale replicas of animals.
Thing is, I don't recall seeing any religious sites among their lists of landmarks.
I could easily see, say, The Vatican, the Sistine Chapel, or dozens of other major religious structures being suitable for rendering in brick & tile.
Anyone here think that Lego or Ohio Art would go for it?