If you’re a LEGO fan and you’re looking for an outlet to share your creations with a wider audience or you just want to check out work by other people, LEGO has answered your prayers. The 72-year old building block toy now has an official online community where LEGO-heads can get together and discuss and share everything LEGO. Users can sign up for a free LEGO ID to use the site, and start sharing LEGO content from their own Flickr pages, blogs, YouTube channels and more. Everyone is free to comment, discuss about a creation, and basically just geek out with like-minded folk.
Users can earn likes, followers, bookmarks to be inspired when it comes to creating their next project. Content on LEGO Rebrick can also be easily shared via popular social networks. Sounds like a pretty cool idea, and we’re pretty sure some of the past masterpieces that we’ve covered in the past will end up on the community in the future. Check out the LEGO Rebrick website to experience if you’re keen on finding out more.
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