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Lego encourages kids to ‘brick the rules’ and nurture their imagination

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By Amy Houston | Reporter

May 23, 2022 | 3 min read

In a fun new campaign, Lego is encouraging kids to ‘Brick the Rules’ and get their creativity flowing through play.

Devised by Grey Dubai & Grey Singapore, the short spot sees a man leaving the kids in the living room for five minutes with strict instructions not to play in there. But, as a lot of parents will know, kids often ignore these kinds of commands.

Lego campaign by Grey

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The concept behind the campaign is that kids need some degree of freedom to play to nurture their imaginations.

“It was a project where in the process we also had to break/brick some rules,” noted the creative team at Grey.

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“A borderless effort between the Dubai and Singapore studios, we shot with a production house in Brazil, and the client was in South Africa. The result, as you can see, is super fun, eye-catching, and with several hours invested behind the craft and editing.”

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Amplification for the campaign comes from social media, e-commerce, posters and in-store materials. It will run in the UAE, KSA and South Africa.

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