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01 Mar 2012
The world's most popular toy, Lego's iconic multi-hued bricks have provided endless hours of fun and inspiration for generations of children the world over. By NICK WALTON
1958: The first modern plastic brick is patented on January 28.
1978: Lego characters or minifigures are introduced, faceless and armless. Facial expressions were only incorporated in the 1980s with the Lego Pirates series.
1998: Thanks to its enduring popularity, Lego is inducted into the National Toy Hall of Fame in New York.
PHOTO ALECIA NEO ART DIRECTION JAYSON ONG