Inspiring, isn’t it? Somehow that single image (there are more, here) manages to capture the essence of LEGO and imaginitive play. It shows the difference between what the eyes sees, and what the mind feels. The images were created by advertising agency Blattner Brunner, and if you’re around my age, they’ll tug at your heartstrings as powerful reminders of your childhood.
I could go on and turn this into a long and rambling blogpost about the decay of childhood, how so-called “superior” games such at ultra-real high-definition games consoles and complex toys have stolen the skills of imagination from this generation.
But I don’t really need to, do I? That image says it all.