Lego: 55 Years Of The Brick

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On January 28, 1958 Godtfred Kirk Christiansen and LEGO filed the patent for the modern LEGO brick. Before, the bricks’ locking ability were very limited and Christiansen and his engineers came up with an updated design for the now stud-and-tube coupling system, which we all know and love. Now, 55 years later it is time to celebrate with a huge selection of clever Lego prints. Can you guess the band/movie/song/story showcased in each poster?

 55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

55 Years of the Brick

 

Author of this postHouke de Kwant is a 24 year old communication & multimedia design graduate from the Netherlands and the creator of Daily Inspiration, which was started as part of his study. He is currently working as a front-end developer at Ivaldi, an internet agency in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.