Are you a fan of the block? I don’t mean New Kids On The Block of course, I mean the Lego block. Err… Are you constantly trying to come up with new ways to use the block to impress, express and progress your imagination? If so, I definitely think you are a Lego fanboy or fangirl, no doubt about it. The Lego community is growing by the second, and finding a website where you can check out new and epic builds from other Lego fans isn’t so hard anymore. Actually, it’s quite easy, and there are more than a few good ones out there. However, finding the inner workings of Lego and the full story is probably a little harder.
I guess that is why John Baichtal and Joe Meno put together the book The Cult of Lego. It’s a “brick” consisting of about 300 pages of high definition photography of builds from around the world. Everything from the smallest micro builds to the epicness of some of the largest builds ever is presented in a format that is going to make even the most hardcore Lego fan drool. It will most likely take you a few days to get through this book of wonderment.
I sure wouldn’t mind having this on my bookshelf. Maybe its not exactly the most impressive reading when you have people coming over for a visit, but hey, it’s something that everyone will enjoy looking through. It’s like the Guinness Book of World Records, right? Well, for the price of just $27, it might at least serve as a great Christmas or birthday present for some of your Lego geek friends. After all, Lego is a wonderful way to evolve your creativity, and it will always keep giving you new ideas. You just have to grab them when they come, and this book is certainly going to present you with a boatload of them.