Monday, January 3, 2011

LEGO My Sears Tower

We all have fond memories of building LEGO forts as children, but in true geek style, I still think LEGOs are about the coolest thing ever. So, you can imagine my delight when I was told today about an adult-friendly LEGO activity: LEGO Architecture

This series of LEGO structures features do-it-yourself kits for some of the country's most famous building landmarks. The company is offering the Willis "Don't call me Sears" Tower, John Hancock Building, Rockafeller Center, Empire State Building, Seattle Space Needle and White House kits. (Chicago shoutout: The Sears Tower and John Hancock were the first available.) There's also a Frank Lloyd Wright collection featuring Falling Water and the Guggenheim Museum.

Where can you score these awesome treasures? You now have an excuse to go into your local LEGO store and not feel like a creeper.

UPDATE: I was just told that I'm not really a geek since apparently LEGO is the singular and plural form of the word, and that all real LEGO lovers know that. Guess it.

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