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Ingenious ways of connecting LEGO® parts that you probably didn’t know about

Most of us are well aware that games help to develop children's imagination, be it a mosaic, a colouring book or building blocks. Children's games help to expand the boundaries of imagination, however adults are doing just as well in this business! 

Real fans of LEGO® have no age! This is proved by adults who over the years have not let their childhood infatuation die! Many years later, they love to build various models and structures with LEGO® bricks, while often creating their own ways of connecting parts. And they are awesome!

If you also still like to build something with LEGO® from time to time, or your children enjoy playing with it, be sure to check out this collection of photos, which will probably open a lot of new things for you!

Ingenious ways of connecting LEGO

Ingenious ways of connecting LEGO

Ingenious ways of connecting LEGO

Ingenious ways of connecting LEGO

Ingenious ways of connecting LEGO

Ingenious ways of connecting LEGO

Ingenious ways of connecting LEGO

Ingenious ways of connecting LEGO

Ingenious ways of connecting LEGO

Ingenious ways of connecting LEGO

Ingenious ways of connecting LEGO

Ingenious ways of connecting LEGO

Ingenious ways of connecting LEGO

Ingenious ways of connecting LEGO

Ingenious ways of connecting LEGO

Ingenious ways of connecting LEGO

Ingenious ways of connecting LEGO

Ingenious ways of connecting LEGO

Ingenious ways of connecting LEGO

Ingenious ways of connecting LEGO

Ingenious ways of connecting LEGO

Ingenious ways of connecting LEGO

Ingenious ways of connecting LEGO

Ingenious ways of connecting LEGO

Ingenious ways of connecting LEGO

Ingenious ways of connecting LEGO

Ingenious ways of connecting LEGO

Ingenious ways of connecting LEGO

Ingenious ways of connecting LEGO

Ingenious ways of connecting LEGO

Credits to: BoredPanda, Tobias Buckdahn.

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