THE LEGO TITANIC BUILDER
MAKING A CHANGE
My name is Brynjar Karl and today I’m known as the LEGO boy. I earned this nickname because I made a decision to build a 6,33-meter long replica of the TITANIC out of 56 thousand LEGO bricks when I was ten.
My story went viral and people all over the world followed my building process and supported me all the way to the finish line.
I overcame very complicated obstacles with the help of friends
and family. It took me 11 months to finish my ship and now I can proudly say that I managed to reach my dream goal.
Today I follow my ship where ever it travels and tell people about how I build it and also encourage kids to follow their own ambitious dream goal, because if I can do it! Everyone can.
Brynjar Karl is a 10-year old boy with autism. His dream is to build a replica of his favorite ship, the Titanic, out of LEGO bricks, stretching
6.33 meters in length. This task takes him on an amazing journey
where he has to overcome various obstacles. He gets his grandfather
and mother involved to help him. With belief, a supportive team and determination, Brynjar finally reaches his dream goal and eventually
much more than he had expected.
How does an 11 year old autistic boy manage to build a 6,33 meter long LEGO replica of the Titanic using 56 thousand Lego cubes? Brynjar Karl tells about how he overcame very complicated obstacles to complete his dream project that also became his X-factor. He is on a mission to encourages kids to plan their own unique dream journey because the reward is much greater than anyone can ever imagine.