AFOL: A Blocumentary Is Required Viewing For Lego Fans

I've seen some of the brick masterpieces produced by the AFOL (Adult Fans of Lego) community, but never knew the people behind them were so flat-out charming until I watched this documentary. Also: tons of bricky goodness.

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Head's up: it's a half hour long. But these guys are so consistently fun and fascinating, it's worth the time. So settle in and get to know the AFOLs of the Pacific Northwest—or just skip through to see all the amazing Lego engineering. [The Stretta Procedure via Make]

DISCUSSION

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BeyondtheTech

This was awesome. I used to enjoy Legos, and now I see my kids having a blast at the local Lego store and being able to play or help them out is just fantastic. I hope to get them started on a modest collection of Legos. It really does stretch the imagination and creativity.