39 Creative Lego Advertisements – Creativity without bricks

Lego creativity is not limited to building bricks and stop motion movies, it extends even to advertising. As with plastic bricks, Lego can take the simplest of concepts and make a powerful, intelligent and often witty statement.

The approach taken with a typical lego ad is often minimal, as you will see from the fantastic print ads below.

There really is no end to Lego creativity.

Please note that this post was completely updated on the 5th of May, 2010. All dead links have been removed and several new ads have been either added or updated.

Brain Stimulator

Creative Lego Ads

Aeroplane Lego

Creative Lego Ads

Submarine Lego

Creative Lego Ads

Tank Lego

Creative Lego Ads

Dinosaur Lego

Creative Lego Ads

Periscope

Creative Lego Ads

Lego Philippe Starck

Creative Lego Ads

Lego Michael Schumacher

Creative Lego Ads

Lego Alicia Keys

Creative Lego Ads

Lego Real Life Building

Creative Lego Ads

Airplane Hanger

Creative Lego Ads

Train Line

Creative Lego Ads

Fire Sation

Creative Lego Ads

Ascending and Descending

Creative Lego Ads

Belvedere

Creative Lego Ads

Waterfall

Creative Lego Ads

Lego Solutions (1)

Creative Lego Ads

Lego Solutions (2)

Creative Lego Ads

Lego New York Toy Fair (1)

Creative Lego Ads

Lego New York Toy Fair (2)

Creative Lego Ads

Lego New York Toy Fair (3)

Creative Lego Ads

Lego Table of Elements

Creative Lego Ads

Intergallactic Spaceship

Creative Lego Ads

Submarine

Creative Lego Ads

Starship Enterprise

Creative Lego Ads

Lego Crane

Creative Lego Ads

City Shadow

Creative Lego Ads

Dam Shadow

Creative Lego Ads

Shuttle Shadow

Creative Lego Ads

Video Game

Creative Lego Ads

Lightbulbs

Creative Lego Ads

Ambulance

Creative Lego Ads

Rubiks Cube

Creative Lego Ads

Astronaut

Creative Lego Ads

Baywatch

Creative Lego Ads

Construction

Creative Lego Ads

Sex

Creative Lego Ads

Drugs

Creative Lego Ads

Violence

Creative Lego Ads

Builders of Tomorrow

Creative Lego Ads

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Paul Andrew is the editor and founder of Speckyboy Design Magazine.

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