We have worked with Lego to painstakingly collect and catalog almost every minifig ever produced into a photographic timeline. You will be able to see the evolution of the iconic figure starting with the iconic 1970s space, city and castle sets that you can see in our exclusive tour of the secret historic Lego vault. Sensory overload ahead.
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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.
You know in all those WW2 movies when a parachutist lands and the women scramble for the parachute for the silk to make silk underwear? I am assuming there would be even more of a mad dash to scoop up all the Lego pieces. And if not, why not??