I love LEGO bricks. I grew up playing with them, and they are the ultimate toy in my opinion. The imagination and creativity that is fostered by play with LEGO bricks are unmatched by any other toy on the market. Which is why I am super excited to hear that LEGO is developing Braille Bricks to help Blind Children learn braille.
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These are the best advertising campaigns which I have seen in a long time, made by Asawin Tejasakulsin, in Bankok, Thailand. I don’t normally like ads but these are creative, playful, imaginative, and they don’t just make you want to buy LEGOS, but they make you want to play with the LEGOS you already have at home.
We’ve done it. We’ve officially turned LEGO into a real-life product. Not a viable one and certainly not cost-efficient, but it worked. This is the perfect advertisement for LEGO Technic, but it is also targeted for kids, when in fact it is the parents that will probably buy it.
Here is the video showing the device working and afterward is how to make it. (Because we all have the cash to make it.)
I feel like it’s been long enough to share this. I actually discovered this just a day after I watched The Last Jedi. (Spoiler: The Last Jedi is not my favorite movie. I was somewhat disappointed.)
Someone decided to show their love of Star Wars through Lego by completely recreating the best scene of The Last Jedi, entirely out of Lego through stop-motion recording. It’s completely brilliant.
Here is a description of the YouTube video:
This is a LEGO recreation of (Spoilers) the death of Supreme Leader Snoke and Rey and Kylo Ren team up! This video was made with a lot of love and care
New York-based artist, J.R Schmidt, is a motion designer and 3D artist at the Google Creative Lab. His work is exceptionally creative, fantastical, and vibrantly colored, and these New-York-City-inspired art prints are no exception.
His Chrysler Hall and Brooklyn Bridge made of building blocks, and New York City which is seemingly built out of Legos, are all extensively detailed, brightly colored, and delightfully playful. They are very recognizable in the fact that they are places everyone has seen, whether in real life or in pictures or movies, and the material with which these places are seemingly built are also familiar, and nostalgic in a way, making these prints relatable.
Currently, I am all in with the world of LEGO because my oldest is starting to really enjoy them. I remember when I was a teenager, I’d spend hours playing with them. It really was a very specific order to it. I had to create the thing I bought first. If I loved it enough, like my Star Wars Slave I ship, I’d leave it crafted til someone accidentally breaks it.