NASA has selected a Lego photo by Instagram user @BrikWerx to accompany the spacecraft OSIRIS-REx. Is this the first Lego photo sent into space?
A former Harvard employee faces charges after he allegedly used a university-issued credit card to buy $80,000 worth of Lego sets and electronics!
Cambridge University has accepted £2.5m from the Lego Foundation to fund a Lego Professor of Play in Education, Development and Learning.
According to science, stepping on Lego hurts more for adults given that movement multiplies your standing weight and the surface of Lego matches the force being applied to it!
A father and daughter have created a Lego version of Jurassic Park using $100,000 worth of Lego!
News outtakes for the Short News – the ‘Not News’, if you will…
Phil Lord, the Lego Movie director responded to an Oscars snub for Best Animated Feature by tweeting “It’s OK. I made my own” [Oscar Statue].
An unofficial Lego strip club called the ‘Citizen Brick Center for the Performing Arts’, where ‘dreamers can dream and dancers can dance’ is on sale, complete with 4 minifigures, zebra print couches and a pole.
• It seems Lego is the new “uncut diamond”, with black market sales occurring around the world. Lego is precious given it’s high in demand and virtually untraceable.
• In February 1997, the Tokio Express was hit by a massive wave, dumping nearly 5 million lego pieces 20 miles off Lands End, England.
• Over 17 years later, pieces are still being found among seaweed and stones!