The ever growing popularity of LEGO is a success story worth being told many times over. The fact that the company celebrates their 55th anniversary this year (according to news sources even though the company was founded in 1949 according to Wikipedia) is yet more proof that LEGO has mesmerized people for decades. To commemorate this occasion, LEGO produced 55 posters of LEGO riddles that are sure to twist and numb your brain in agony while you try to figure them out.
Supposedly January 30th was the 55th anniversary of the LEGO patent, which of course means that the patent was filed long after the company had started their long journey to success. As we have earlier reported, the LEGO story itself is filled with tragedies and difficulties before the company finally became successful. Either way, their 55th anniversary is about creativity, and these poster LEGO riddles are very much the equivalence of that. Some of them are quite easy to solve, while others might give you a headache before you even touch the boundaries of the solution.
This set of 55 different LEGO riddles was first spotted on the Tumblr channel 55yearsofthebrick, but since then, that channel has been deleted. No one knows whether this was the actual creator of these LEGO riddles or why the channel was shut down. It’s just not there anymore. But luckily for us, the LEGO riddles are already well documented and we are proud to be able to present them to you here. The question is whether or not you are able to solve them all. I mean, there are 55 of these LEGO riddles, and it will take you quite some time to go through all of them.
There have been plenty of great LEGO ads throughout the years, and this one could be an attempt to spread the word about LEGO even more. What could possibly be better than LEGO riddles that you have to solve in order to understand them? Not only is it fun (which is what the block is all about), but it is also grabs your focus and holds it until you’re done. You will definitely understand the creativity of LEGO once you are finished. That’s what I call creative.
55th Anniversary Of The LEGO Block – LEGO Riddles