Toy giant Lego is kicking off its 60th year by constructing a ten-foot tall version of a Lego brick using 133-thousand smaller Legos.
Now that’s loyalty! They could’ve commissioned a sculpture or made a giant Lego brick, but no. The company posted a time-lapse video showing master builders at Lego headquarters building the massive version of its classic two-by-four Lego brick. Lego says the big brick weighs-in at 12-hundred pounds and took about 350 hours to build. It was created for a display in New York City.
The company has a lot to be proud of. MIT uses them for prototypes!
Source: The Verge