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 Facebook!

Latest Stories

Exploring Creativity: Unveiling My LEGO® Odyssey – Insights by Chris Thomas from South Wales

Story #32 – My LEGO® Adventure Tales 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 … Continue reading Exploring Creativity: Unveiling My LEGO® Odyssey – Insights by Chris Thomas from South Wales

Empowering Brick Innovations: Unveiling the Women’s Brick Initiative – Insights by Megan and Alice from Seattle

Story #31 – Women’s Brick Initiative 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 … Continue reading Empowering Brick Innovations: Unveiling the Women’s Brick Initiative – Insights by Megan and Alice from Seattle

Building Memories: Unveiling Our Family’s LEGO House Story – Insights by James, Lauren, Evelyn-Rae, and Ozzy from Wales

During the June 2020 lockdown, a couple bought a LEGO set to celebrate expecting a child, sparking a nostalgic journey. This led to building a LEGO city in their attic, including a custom model of their home. Their new daughter’s birth prompted a comparison photo, with the model becoming a city focal point.

Unlocking LEGO® Adventures: Melissa Rekve’s Inspiring Journey as Lil’ Bricks, from Vancouver

In 2016, Melissa discovered a LEGO minifigure head, sparking an unexpected journey into the LEGO universe. By 2017, she was deeply immersed, attending numerous conventions with her partner, a LEGO artist, and exploring various AFOL activities. This newfound passion led her to build her first MOC and integrate LEGO into her lifestyle, fostering connections and creating memorable experiences.

Mastering Success: The Evolution from LEGO® Technic to Brick Experiment YouTube Channel

As a child, the author experimented with building a LEGO hoist capable of lifting heavy objects, using basic physics and creativity. Years later, as an adult, they revisited this project, documenting their experiments in videos focused on LEGO pulleys and gears, aimed at lifting the maximum weight. Despite initial simplicity, their YouTube videos on the topic unexpectedly gained traction, leading them to establish the Brick Experiment Channel. Now, three years later, the channel boasts 1.4 million subscribers, showcasing the enduring appeal of innovative LEGO engineering.

Harnessing the magnetic power of M-Tron with Paul Hetherington from Vancouver

Story # 27 – 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 … Continue reading Harnessing the magnetic power of M-Tron with Paul Hetherington from Vancouver

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