Lego Letterpress


Back in my day, when I wasn’t walking ten miles to school in bare feet, a popular pastime for me and my compatriots was to play with Lego blocks. What we created was entirely dependent on our imaginations, and Legos were the tools. Our creations were unique, imagined sculptures — although these days, Lego makes a bajillion kits with specialized parts and blueprints for very specific constructions.

Still, some creative people have reclaimed the toy’s initial spirit of enterprise by re-purposing the blocks in ways Lego probably never expected.

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