LEGO Play Day 2019 round-up

Today saw the annual LEGO Play Day celebrate everything joyful, with LEGO employees taking a day to enjoy themselves.

Every year, the LEGO Group treats its employees to an entire day of play – not a day off, specifically a day of play. Employees across the company spent the day together embracing their inner child, with a variety of activities to choose from. LEGO Senior Model Designer Justin Ramsden – and a few of his colleagues – have been haring some of the fun on Twitter. Here are some of the highlights…

LEGO CEO Niels B. Christiansen personally handed out an exclusive set at the beginning of the day, as Justin revealed in this image.

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Sun or no sun, the sea and sand were present.

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Justin took a fishing trip with LEGO Model Designer Adam Grabowski…

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…before a game of Quidditch.

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LEGO Senior Model Designer Nick Vas shared a shot of the brick grafitti wall.

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LEGO Ideas Design Manager Samuel Johnson lamented that he is not as good at cake decorating as model design.

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LEGO NINJAGO television series producer Tommy Andreasen spent time with the bricks.

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LEGO Senior Design Manager Sven Robin Kahl was doing the same, and spotting elements from his new Hidden Side theme.

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Marcia Vidal Nial revealed some of the fun that was going on in the USA office.

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Samuel wrapped up his day with this image, with the message translating to ‘Only the best is good enough’ – Godtfred Kirk Kristiansen’s motto that has become embedded in the LEGO Group’s ethos.

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Graham was the Editor up until November 2020. He has plenty of experience working on LEGO related projects. He has contributed to various websites and publications on topics including niche hobbies, the toy industry and education. Follw Graham on Twitter @grahamh100.

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