We all have passions and ideas. We are all creative in our own way. And we all come up with ideas, all of the time. We just don’t always act on them. -Greyson MacLean (Inventor of BrickStix age 13) Many of us have been in a conversation at one point in our lives when […]
BrickStix makes tiny pieces of awesomeness designed to fit plastic bricks like LEGO® and MEGA BLOKS®. They are reusable, removable and restickable decals. Add a sign to your city, stick an alien aboard your spaceship or put a dent in a car. Let your imagination go wild and build it.
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Last week I was lucky enough to be invited to share my BrickStix journey with about 500 students at Horace Mann Elementary School. For about a week they had been told a special speaker was coming to their school. There were posters up and down the halls with famous inventors on them, and one in […]
While in New York for Toy Fair , we had the great pleasure of going to the amazing art exhibit that is Nathan Sawaya’s: Art of the Brick. Here are a few of our favorites: Check out Nathan Sawaya’s website with more information on his exhibitions: http://brickartist.com/
Just returning from another great Cantigny LEGO Train show! What a fabulous time we had visiting with old friends and seeing the wonderful LEGO displays. Thanks to everyone for all the hard work to make it happen and to all the fans for coming out to visit. Some of my favorite testimonials from the day were: […]
BrickStix are a great stocking stuffer because… BrickStix give fresh, creative play to the bricks you already have laying around the house (and we know you have a lot of bricks). BrickStix fit in most stockings. BrickStix are just the right price at $5.99. BrickStix come in 20 different themes, fun for every type of […]
The leaves are falling, the weather is crisp, and Trick-or-Treating is just around the corner. I am at the beginning of my 8th grade year. My mom is always saying how fast things are moving. I don’t feel quite the same, but it is hard to believe I came up with the idea for BrickStix […]