Brik Tile LEGO Wall Tiles

Jun 28, 2016

Category: Gear

Who wouldn’t want to take the joy of LEGO building to the next level? Literally, that’s what the folks over at Brik Tile are trying to accomplish with their Lego-compatible wall tiles. Each tile adheres to your wall of choice within seconds. You can also reuse these tiles multiple times to build pixel art and organizers while continuing on in one of your favorite childhood pastimes.

Brik Tile doesn’t want us to feel limited either as each piece adheres not only to walls but to doors, dressers or refrigerators as well. Each tile is 10” x 10” and can be used to organize miscellaneous items, hang photos, display any cards of choosing, or support any type of small shelf. And if the stock blue or gray tiles aren’t colorful enough, users can always hop on the Brik website to design their own pixel art or browse copious amounts of popular designs from other members in the Brik community. The product is available for purchase through Kickstarter with prices starting around $15. [Purchase]

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