On Saturday, May 20th, 2017, families helped build the City of San Jose, California out of 50,000 LEGO Bricks. Here is what they came up with.
For Do512 3rd Annual Family Picnic, we built Austin out of LEGO® Bricks.
Have a wonderful 2017! #playwell #happynewyear #dogoodbehappy http://ow.ly/i/qoxrE
On December 18th, 2016, for the NC State Vs. Fairfield Men’s Basketball Game, we helped NC State fans build the NC State Wolfpack Logo out of LEGO. Over 4000 pieces of LEGO were used to create this LEGO sign. The sign was built before the game and completed during halftime.
If you’d like to build your favorite team’s sign out of LEGO, visit our Special Events Page.
In honor of the release of Star Wars Rogue One, we created a Rogue One Scene out of LEGO.
On Friday, December 9th, Play-Well attended the City of Longmont’s Santa’s Workshop. The event included ice skating, a holiday light walk, cookie decorating, Building our Winter Wonderland out of LEGO, and of course meeting Santa. The event started off with a trek through the snow with our LEGO on hand trucks. But ended with dozens of wonderland creations including Christmas penguins, Santa’s workshops, and lots of winter cottages! We had a blast in Longmont and hope to see our winter wonderland building engineers in our camps there!
During our CompTIA Play-Well Team Building Workshop, we gave CompTIA staff a variety of challenges involving LEGO. One of those challenges happened to the Mannequin Challenge.
Here are some examples of other Play-Well Team Building Events we have done in the past. If you’d like us to get your staff to play more in a fun setting, check out our Play-Well Team Building Events here.
From November 29th, 2016 – December 1st, 2016, we helped AWS re:Invent Conference attendees help build the Amazon Web Services Logo out of LEGO at the Venetian in Las Vegas. The sign was made up of over 8000 LEGO Bricks and 4000 LEGO Minifigures. Over 12,000 pieces of LEGO. Each LEGO Minifigure was custom made by an attendee and placed on the LEGO cubes. The LEGO Minifigures represent the collective uniqueness of 23,000 attendees that come from all over the world for this conference. This sign will be displayed at the Amazon Web Service Headquarters back in Seattle at the event. Check out videos and photos of the process of building the sign:
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Happy with how the @amazonwebservices LEGO logo turned out. Over 5000 LEGO bricks and 4000 LEGO minifigures make up this sign. The thousands of LEGO minifigures represent the diversity of attendees at @awsreinvent conference. Thanks Amazon Web Services and Opus Team for having us. #reinvent #reinvent2016 #lego #awsreinvent2016 #awsreinvent #amazon #play #playwell #amazonwebservices @opusagency #legominifigures #legominifig #legominifigure #legobricks #building #aws
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The @amazonwebservices LEGO logo is complete. It took over 2 days to build and thousands of AWS attendees helped complete it. The thousands of LEGO minifigures represent all of the attendees of @awsreinvent conference. #reinvent #reinvent2016 #lego #awsreinvent2016 #awsreinvent #amazon #play #playwell #amazonwebservices
On November 5th, 2016, we created the Bay Area Earthquake Resilience Map out of LEGO at the Bay Area Science Festival’s Discovery Day. The goal was to educate families about where they lived on the earthquake resiliency map and inspire them to create an earthquake preparedness plan. Check out the pictures and video from the event.