"As soon as my kids discovered the camera accessory at the Lego store, which fits in the hand of a mini-figure, I worked out a way to start placing the character in my day-to-day shots and he became a cohesive element. For the whole year, I really never left home without the figure.”
Playing with Legos leads to inspiration.
As part of the Lego Landmark series, the United Nations Headquarters set recreates the New York seat of international diplomacy, from the Secretariat building to the General Assembly, and right on down to the Dag Hammarskjöld Library.
The London Underground commemorated its 150th anniversary with a quintet of maps made of Lego. But the creative display was built for more than fun and games. It shows how the network—the world’s first underground passenger railway—has evolved in a century and a half.
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