Remember the days when your imagination would run wild with those colorful blocks? The possibilities were endless, and as a child you played for hours erecting the small plastic blocks into endless structured communities for your little people to live in. Times have definitely changed.

Originally adopting the name “Lego” in 1934, the company officially established the plastic building block system in 1949. In celebrating Lego’s history, they have stirred things up by immortalizing a selection of pop culture celebrities that include Amy Winehouse, Madonna, and the Beckhams to name a few. We could care less about celeb-fanfare, but this was to good to pass on. Unless you know a Lego employee, toy geeks and collectors will have to take a back seat, as the pint-sized figurines will not be released to the public.

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