Lego bricks are part of our childhood. Some of us spent hours building the most amazing things we could think of with the help of with these colorful interlocking plastic blocks. Cars, boats, buildings or even robots would take shape after a careful analysis of the array of gears, mini figures and various other parts that were available.
Lego was born by the hands of Danish carpenter Ole Kirk Christiansen, who began to create wooden toys in his workshop in 1932. By 1949, the company was selling interlocking toy bricks and today, after so many years in the hands of children, a subculture of daily life objects, games, movies and theme parks extends the myth. Lego is indisputably an iconic toy, a pop culture icon that everybody recognizes. See how it can be part of your life, brick by brick.