According to studies, 44% of children don’t wear a helmet while riding a bike. So what does it take to coax them into putting on some headgear? Toys, of course.
Playing with Lego is a great way to pass the time, but now, the concept of building blocks is now being used to make scientific advancements!
If you thought stepping on a LEGO brick was horrifying, just wait ‘til you get a load of this.
An artist in China spent three days putting together a $15,000 LEGO sculpture, only to see a little boy smash it to pieces an hour after it went on display.
Highly skilled Japanese artist Tary has created miniature food sculptures using LEGO.
At the recently-held ‘Brickvention 2016’ in Melbourne, the Titanic sank once again, albeit this time as a cute (not to mention impressive) LEGO model. Created by LEGO enthusiast Ryan McNaught, … Read more
LEGO minifigs aren’t the most unique bunch around, you know, with all of them having the same yellow faces. But thanks to 3D-printing technology, you can now change their face … Read more
To show his undying love and devotion to the film franchise, a Star Wars fan who goes by the name Marshal Banana spent an entire year constructing the Millennium Falcon … Read more
LEGO’s Architecture brand recently unveiled ‘Skyline’, a series that not only lets you build iconic buildings and monuments, but also lets you complete the skylines of their respective cities.
As it turns out, LEGOs are only good at hurting unsuspecting feet, they’re also good at making math easier for children. Alycia Zimmerman, a 3rd-grade teacher in New York, has … Read more