Extended Legal Disclaimer:
Where the Wild Bricks Go utilises a wide range of original themes and icons developed by the LEGO group in their production of their iconic plastic toy, as well as plastic parts or images they have produced that make use of external intellectual properties and trademarks - used by the LEGO Group under license.
Products of the LEGO Group are used by Where the Wild Bricks Go as a raw building material, and the term 'Lego' is used as a means of raw material identification, not as an official or licensed affiliation. Where the Wild Bricks Go recognises that there are low quality imitation brands that mimic Lego bricks, minifigures, themes, and sets, and wishes to clarify that we use only the superior original brand of toy material made by the Lego Group of Companies.
LEGO® is a trademark of the LEGO Group of companies which does not sponsor, authorise or endorse any of our products, services or the wherethewildbricksgo.com website. The LEGO Group is neither endorsing the modification in any way, shape or form, nor accepting any responsibility for unforeseen and/or adverse consequences following from the modification of their products. Licenses acquired by the LEGO Group of companies to feature externally owned trademarks of images, icons, symbols, and names are not assumed by Where the Wild Bricks Go.
The use or description of images, icons, symbols, or names that are registered as trademarks in various countries is only done as a means of identification of the physical pieces or their meaning, as produced by Lego.
The use in this website of trademarked names and images, including anything identified as part of 'pop culture' is strictly for editorial and identification purposes as was intended in the Lego Group's original design and production of the pieces or parts being used, under license. No suggestion of sponsorship or endorsement is made by Where the Wild Bricks Go by either LEGO or the property trademark holders. Those words or terms that the webmaster has reason to believe are trademarks are designated as such by the use of initial capitalization, where appropriate. However, no attempt has been made to identify or designate all words or terms to which trademark or other proprietary rights may exist. Nothing contained herein is intended to express a judgment on, or affect the validity of legal status of, any word or term as a trademark, service mark, or other proprietary mark.
The aforementioned trademarked names, images, terms, symbols, and icons used in the creation of Lego elements or mini figures that are subsequently featured in jewellery creations by Where the Wild Bricks Go may therefore potentially include trademarked properties owned by: The Walt Disney Company, (inclusive of Marvel and Star Wars properties); DC Comics, Warner Brothers Entertainment, Universal Studios, Amblin Entertainment, Middle-Earth Enterprises, British Broadcasting Corporation, Microsoft Corporation, Viacom International, Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, and Columbia Pictures Industries.