Poland-based Agabag have set about to change that with their huge array of handbags and jewelry encased in official LEGO bricks using the iconic plastic bricks to build some completely original bags – from chunky clutches, to purses and wallets. They have shops both on their website as well as on Etsy.
Grant Thompson (King of Random) has created LEGOs that cannot only be used for building, but can also be used for eating! Utilizing original custom-made molds, Thompson filled them with a mixture of cold water, corn syrup, colorful Jello mix, and gelatin to create delicious gummy candy. Nice treat for everybody,
The fun has just begun. Japanese artist and designer Akihiro Mizuuchi made every little child dream come true. He created edible chocolate LEGOs. Served in 4 delicious flavours: Milk Chocolate, White Chocolate, Dark Chocolate and Strawberry.
To celebrate its 80th anniversary, LEGO has released a short animated film based on the company’s history— telling the life of its founder, Ole Kirk Christiansen and his son Godtfred. The story is not always a happy story, also describing many tribulations including surviving bankruptcy and two factory fires. Touching on everything from the iconic name […]