3. They make a special series just for adults called Serious Play.
This line consists of kits sold to businesses for team building purposes, and are designed to enhance group innovation and performance. Pro tip: don't leave them on your boss' desk chair.
4. The Lego Group got its start in 1932.
Following a fire in founder Ole Kirk Christensen’s woodworking shop, he started making toys out of surplus lumber, ditching the carpentry gig and dedicating his time to a whole lineup of wooden piggy banks, cars, trucks, and houses. It wasn’t until 1947 that they even began producing the trademark interlocking plastic bricks, and sales were initially very disappointing.