I had a lot of LEGO, and I used to go home and redesign my neighborhood.
Tellingly, both still trail the haul stacked up by The LEGO Movie back in February.
“No,” the clearly annoyed 77-year-old star of The Shawshank Redemption and The LEGO Movie told The Daily Beast.
“I enjoy the fact that I'm bringing classic photographs and photographers to a new audience through my LEGO recreations,” he says.
“When I was in South Africa I was meeting with people who never heard of LEGO bricks,” he says.
What if we could deconstruct a LEGO block into more fundamental parts: the plastic, the adhesives, the coloring agent.
And, just in time for the release of The LEGO Movie, it is about to return to Manhattan.
But I wonder what happens when Mr. Wolfe and Anonymous Mom are high and a LEGO piece goes missing?
1954, proprietary name (in use since 1934, according to the company), from Danish phrase leg godt "play well." The founder, Ole Kirk Christiansen, didn't realize until later that the word meant "I study" or "I put together" in Latin.