WHAT’S YOUR FONDEST LEGO MEMORY?

The first LEGO set you built. Your friend’s face when you gifted them their favorite set for Christmas. Stomping barefoot on a pile of bricks (ouch!). How LEGO got you out of bed during a depression. The memory of your child building something out of random bricks for the first time.

EVERYONE HAS THEIR LEGO STORY, WAITING TO BE TOLD

It all started with a few of us sharing our LEGO stories. We realized we all have different experiences, but one thing in common, a connection through LEGO. We created 100 LEGO stories because we know there are others out there like us.

OUR AIM IS TO SOURCE 100 LEGO STORIES FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD

A story can simply be a picture of your favorite set.  A LEGO memory with a loved one. A drawing. A handwritten letter. A podcast. A video. There is no right or wrong. A LEGO story can be anything and come from anywhere. Want to get involved?  Submit your story and follow us on Instagram!

Latest Stories

#32 – My LEGO Adventure Tales, by Chris Thomas, South Wales

LEGO has been a part of my life since I was a child in the 1970s, and I feel the brand has grown over the years with me. I had an abundance of LEGO kits, mainly LEGO system and Space. One thing I remember was that I used to build ‘playsets’ and ‘ships’ for my … Continue reading #32 – My LEGO Adventure Tales, by Chris Thomas, South Wales

#31 – Women’s Brick Initiative, by Megan and Alice, Seattle

WBI – ‘Clutch Holds More Than Bricks Together’ The LEGO fan community is diverse – or is it?  According to LEGO, only about 14% of all adult fans of LEGO (AFOLs) are women.  If you go to a LEGO User Group (LUG) , odds are it’s mostly men.  If you go to a LEGO convention, … Continue reading #31 – Women’s Brick Initiative, by Megan and Alice, Seattle

#30 – The story of our family’s LEGO House, by James, Lauren, Evelyn-Rae and Ozzy, Wales

Around June 2020,  with lockdown getting the better of us, me and my wife popped into Smyths Toy Store as we just found out we were expecting!  We were drawn to the Lego Friends Central Perk set and decided to justify the purchase as a coffee table centre-piece.  We built it as soon as we … Continue reading #30 – The story of our family’s LEGO House, by James, Lauren, Evelyn-Rae and Ozzy, Wales

#29 – The Lego Story of Lil’ Bricks! (aka myself), by Melissa Rekve, Vancouver

In 2016 I found a minifig head while I was gardening. I washed it off and kept it on my shelf. Why? I have no idea.  I was not into Lego at all at the time, and I did not have Lego when I was a kid. Little did I know, a year later I … Continue reading #29 – The Lego Story of Lil’ Bricks! (aka myself), by Melissa Rekve, Vancouver

#28 – From my first Lego Technic videos to my Brick Experiment YouTube channel, by anonymous, Finland

When I was young, I often tried to create a LEGO hoist. I’d attach a Lego motor to an axle and wind a string with it, trying to lift a heavy load. I was especially interested in the Lego brick structure supporting the hoist. I knew there was a right and wrong way, based on … Continue reading #28 – From my first Lego Technic videos to my Brick Experiment YouTube channel, by anonymous, Finland

#27 – The magnetic power of M-Tron, by Paul Hetherington, Vancouver

The magnetic power of M-Tron! When I was 21 and in my dark ages, the Eaton’s department store in downtown Vancouver had a deluxe LEGO display with custom shelves and a huge selection of sets. I was instantly drawn to the space sets, and spent several visits to the store trying to decide whether to … Continue reading #27 – The magnetic power of M-Tron, by Paul Hetherington, Vancouver

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