Lego is a for adults too!
We all know kids love Legos. And deep down adults miss playing with those small blocks. Worry no more, because Lego is making toys for the grown ups too.
The Danish company is now looking into new market… stressed out and tired adults.
Lego sets like the Ghostbusters Headquarters, the Volkswagen T1 Camper Van, and a vintage Batmobile, are all being produced to target the grown ups.
Architecture sets like the Eiffel Tower, the Disney Castle, Buckingham Palace, or Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater or Guggenheim, allow more mature Lego enthusiasts, affectionately called adult fans of Lego or ‘AFOL’, to enter an almost Zen-like state snapping the bricks together in their offices or basements.
With day-to-day routine and various life stresses, more and more people are trying to get help with meditation and mindfulness. Lego helps adults get relaxed while nurturing their mental skills.
So what are you waiting for? Guess, the next gift for your parents is decided.
The plural of Lego is Lego. It comes from the Danish word leg godt. Leg godt means “play well” in Danish and Lego is made from the first two letters of each word.