TinkerBrick Brings LEGO To iPhone Case Landscape

I have yet to meet someone who finds those amazingly constructed plastic bricks known as LEGO annoying or useless. In fact, I do have plenty of fond childhood memories concerning LEGO creations, although in hindsight, it was more of my imagination that pulled me through those “amazing” creations rather than reality itself. Well, here is a tribute to LEGO – the TinkerBrick, which is an iPhone 4/4S case (with an iPhone 5 version as well) that was specially constructed to work with all LEGO dimensions, including its length, width and height. Definitely one of the more creative ideas out there for sure, and it might just reignite your love for LEGO after all these years of leaving those plastic bricks from Denmark dormant in a dusty box somewhere on a shelf in your attic.

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