LEGO Teases New Licensed Sets Slated To Be Revealed Soon

In case you missed it, LEGO released a couple of teasers over the weekend that hints at two upcoming LEGO sets based on existing licensed titles. Shared over its official Twitter page, these new LEGO licensed sets will most likely cater to adult fans of LEGO and will build on what its predecessors have offered before.

Both released in 2019, the LEGO Stranger Things The Upside Down (75810) and LEGO Ideas Central Perk (21319) are some of LEGO’s licensed sets that have the more serious LEGO collector in mind. The former is a form of collaboration with Netflix particularly in promoting one of its hit series Stranger Things, while the latter is a celebration of the F.R.I.E.N.D.S. TV series, one of the most popular sitcoms of our time.

The popular LEGO Ideas Central Perk (21319) released in 2019 will eventually be followed by another similar set.
And likewise, the LEGO Stranger Things The Upside Down (75810) will be followed by another mystery set that is a tie-in to the upcoming Season 4 of the Netflix franchise.

And after two years since their launch, LEGO’s recent tweets came in as a welcome surprise that hints at the continuity of these themes. Check out these LEGO teasers below.

These teasers don’t say much about the kind of sets that we can expect from LEGO coming from these themes. The LEGO Stranger Things post is simply a brick/minifigure version of a clip from the series Season 4 trailer as you can see below.

Image credit: Netflix

The LEGO F.R.I.E.N.D.S. post is a reference to the gang set on a minifigure vignette of what seems to be their apartment. Well, to be frank, a quick search for #legoleaks will give you an idea about what to expect from this upcoming set. And from the get-go of this LEGO teaser, we can assume that the Central Perk set will be joined by another similar set highlighting their living quarters, and is a pretty large set for that matter.

We do not have an official reveal date for these but knowing how LEGO markets its new sets or these new licensed sets, in particular, we can surely expect an official reveal anytime soon. So what do you think the next LEGO Stranger Things is all about, and will this next LEGO F.R.I.E.N.D.S. set be on your LEGO must-have list? Let me know in the comments below.

Check Out the First Qualifiers for the Second 2021 LEGO Ideas Review Stage

The First 2021 LEGO Ideas Review Stage started on a high note with the announcement of yet another record-breaking 57 product ideas. And hot on the heels of this batch of qualifiers are the first product ideas that managed to enter the Second 2021 LEGO Ideas Review Stage.

The Movie Set by Castor-Troy, and Imperial Island Fort by 10K Club Member BrickHammer, are the two initial product ideas that gained the support of more than 10,000 LEGO enthusiasts, qualifying them to enter the Second 2021 LEGO Ideas Review Stage. The former features 8 facades and movie props that give your favorite movie that funny LEGO twist; while the latter takes its inspiration from the classic LEGO Pirates Eldorado Fortress (6276) from 1989.

The Movie Set product idea is a cool way to bring your minifigure filming up to a new level with its diverse selection of brick-built background props. And fans of the classic LEGO Pirates theme will certainly appreciate the Imperial Island Fort if perchance this MOC qualifies to become an official LEGO Ideas set, similar to its predecessor the LEGO Ideas Pirates of Barracuda Bay (21322).

Read on for more details about these Second 2021 LEGO Ideas Review Stage qualifiers, and what their respective creators have to say. You may also click on their links to know more about these entries. Congratulations to their respective builders as well!

Movie Set by Castor-Troy

The set includes 8 facades, movie props, and figurines, for a total of 2900 pieces. This creation is not based on any license. We made some visuals to suggest ideas of presentation and playability. The facades are 16 studs wide and include supports at the back that allows them to stand on their own, and to be combined at will. We focused on the aesthetics and design of the facades while making sure that the set offers a lot of possibilities and playability for the AFOLs :
  • For those who like to display their LEGO set, the Movie Set will be an optimal choice, as it makes optimal use of pieces for that purpose
  • The set can be used to reproduce scenes from cult movies by combining the different facades,
  • For those who like to take pictures or make brickfilms, the set would make a great background scenery
  • You can make a tracking shot with your smartphone over 1 meter long, thanks to a cart specially designed for that purpose,
  • For those who have a LEGO city, the Movie Set would make a very nice background
  • Finally, for those who like big LEGO buildings, all facades can be put together to form a single building that would fit well together with other modular buildings.
Imperial Island Fort by BrickHammer

The Idea
Since I was a child I have been a big fan of pirates and the old pirate Lego theme! Now as an adult I am still an avid fan of history! This small island fortress is therefore supposed to be a blend of nostalgic classic Lego red coat fortresses like the Eldorado Fortress and actual real-life Caribbean architecture!
The Build
The island consists of a big main castle on top of a rocky cliff and a pier beneath it. The castle contains a gatehouse tower and the governor’s house!
The pier beneath the castle is fortified with 2 cannon bastions to guard the island from incoming pirate ships or Armada attacks!
About 1500 pieces.

Record-Breaking 57 Product Ideas Qualify for the First 2021 LEGO Ideas Review

They just keep on coming, and I love it! The LEGO Ideas fan submission platform has just concluded with another record-breaking high, with a total of 57 product ideas qualifying for the First 2021 LEGO Ideas Review stage, as announced over their blogsite. These 57 submissions managed to get the necessary 10,000 fan votes needed to progress for this year’s first LEGO Ideas review.

Since the start of the pandemic, the LEGO Ideas platform saw a steady increase of fan submissions, largely as a result of increased LEGO building at home. As I’ve mentioned before in a previous related article, this is a testament to how LEGO building as a hobby, turned out to be a positive outlet for most LEGO fans as we strive to cope with the series of lockdowns and stay-at-home orders.

I’ve always been a fan of LEGO Ideas, and I’ve covered and supported some of its fan submissions that eventually found their way to becoming official LEGO Ideas sets. And I also intend to continuously cover every LEGO Ideas fan submission that reaches that 10K support milestone. However, the recent influx of review stage qualifiers is just kind of hard to keep track of! I guess I just have to double down on keeping them on my radar. It will always be a pleasure to see the creativity of the LEGO fan community spring into life, so be ready with the scroll wheel because this will be a very lengthy list.

Additionally, it should be mentioned that there was a particular fan submission that didn’t make the cut even though it managed to reach 10,000 supporters. The Stadium Tour did not eventually qualify for the First 2021 LEGO Ideas Review because it failed to follow the platform’s stipulated guidelines, particularly on “intellectual properties”.

As a last note, the Third 2020 LEGO Ideas Review Stage is about to be concluded, with the announcement of the winner slated to happen sometime this summer. We have to wait a lit bit more to see which among the 25 qualifiers in this particular review stage will go on to become an official LEGO Ideas set. For now, let’s take a look at what these new 57 product qualifiers for the First 2021 LEGO Ideas Review Stage has to offer. Which is your personal favorite? Let us know in the comments below.

1. The Princess Bride: The Guilder Frontier by FSLeinad

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2. Tutankhamun by Swan Dutchman

 

3. The Nightmare Before Christmas – Halloween Town by Tvrulesmylife

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4. Hyrule Castle (The Legend of Zelda) by Artem Biziaev

 

5. The Polar Express by Minibrick Productions

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6. Steampunk Airship by BrickHammer

 

7. Baba Yaga by Artem Biziaev

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8. The Office by SoGenius106

 

9. LEGO DNA Double Helix Discovery by LegoDNA

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10. The X-Files: I Want To Believe by BrentWaller

 

11. Metroid: Samus Aran’s Gunship by L-DI-EGO

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12. The House of Chocolate by Lepralego

 

13. Chitty Flies Again! by Norders

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14 Among Us: The Skeld Detailed Map by VaderFan2187

 

15. Welcome to the Black Parade by VNMBricks

 

16. Succulent Garden by Succulent Joe

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17. The Village Post Office by Bricked1980

 

18. Train Bookends by Jimmi-DK

 

19. LEGO Viking Ship by JonasKramm

 

20. Jazz Quartet by Hsinwei Chi

 

21. Animal Crossing: New Horizons Paradise by TiagoCatarino

 

22. Medieval Marketplace by DominikQN

 

23. Bike Lanes by MarcelSteeman

 

24. Working Bowling Alley – With Functional Pinsetter & Ball Return! by LEGOParadise

 

25. Asterix & Obelix by ZetoVince GP

 

26. LEGO Bookends by farmfarm

 

27. The Shire, The Hobbithole of Frodo and Bilbo Baggins by TB Brickcreator

 

28. The King’s Castle by BrickHammer

 

29. Charlie and The Chocolate Factory by FACEBRICKUP

 

30. The Trulli of Alberobello by Renato Lovicario RennaWSL

 

31. Ancient Greek Temple by HP_Brixxter

 

32. The Karate Kid “Wax On, Wax Off”by Delusion Brick

 

33. Claus Toys by Bricky_Brick

 

34. The Sewing Workshop by Bricky_Brick

 

35. My LEGO Totoro (Feat. Cat Bus) by legotruman

 

36. NASA’s SLS & Artemis by Matthew Nolan & Whatsuptoday & Albinolan

 

37. The Lisbon Tram by Bricky_Brick

 

38. Via Rail Canada – The Canadian by NickLafreniere1

 

39. Castle of Lord AFOL and the Black Knights by SleeplessNight

 

40. SpaceX Starship and Super Heavy (BFR) by haymaw99 & khehmeyer

 

41. The Simpsons – The Krusty Burger by FastBrickStudios

 

42. LEGO Modular Expansion Pack by Fargo73

 

43. 4½-Litre 1927-31 Bentley ‘Blower’ by bencroot19

 

44. Fantasy Castle by LEGO Monkey

 

45. The Castle of Brickwood Forest by poVoq

 

46. Violin by SAMUEL HO

 

47. Marine Life by Brick Dangerous

 

48. LEGO Astronaut by legotruman

 

49. The Office by Lego The Office

 

50. Winter Snow Globes by legotruman

 

51. A Map of Middle-Earth by Artem Biziaev

 

52. Retro Arcade by If You Build It

 

53. Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs by Hanwasyellowfirst

 

54. A Nice Day At The Farm by Adri Clo

 

55. The Forth Bridge by michaeldineen7

 

56. Scania Next Generation S730 by mpj83

 

57. Modular Portal Testing Chamber by Angry4rtichoke

 

LEGO Ideas The Adventures of the USS Cardboard is Our Next LEGO GWP

Several weeks ago, the LEGO Ideas platform has launched another contest that tapped into the collective creativity of the LEGO fan community. Dubbed as the Out of This World Space Build Contest, the contest managed to pool 15 finalists vying to become LEGO’s next gift-with-purchase (GWP) set. And after the votes were finally tallied, the honor of being the next LEGO GWP has now landed to the upcoming LEGO Ideas The Adventures of the USS Cardboard.

Adventures of the USS Cardboard

Similar to its predecessor the LEGO Vintage Car (40448), the LEGO Ideas The Adventures of the USS Cardboard was a fan-submitted entry that managed to gather the highest number of votes (2,869 votes to be exact) among the LEGO fan community and will eventually become an official LEGO set.

Designed by LEGO fan builder bulldozer (aka Ivan Guerrero), the LEGO Ideas The Adventures of the USS Cardboard is Ivan’s playful take on his fond memories of ‘space adventures’ with his brother when they were children. Another fun fact in case you don’t know yet, Ivan Guerrero is also the LEGO fan designer behind the LEGO Ideas 123 Sesame Street (21324). Pretty neat right?

As a fan of minifigure vignettes, I personally voted for this entry and was sincerely looking forward to seeing this become an official LEGO set. The vibrant color scheme, the child-like wonder that the set evokes, surely hits all the nostalgic strings of childhood fun and awe. Plus, the story behind Ivan’s creative process speaks close to everyone’s heart – childhood innocence and a sense of wonder and adventure all wrapped up in close family ties make this set an absolute winner.  Plus the fact that it appeals to LEGO’s classic Space theme really hits the sweet brick spot.

I’ll keep you posted once LEGO releases more information later on. Congratulations once again to LEGO Filipino fan designer  Ivan Guerrero for this prestigious recognition!

LEGO Ideas We Love Sports! Contest Crowd Vote Winners Announced

Last month, LEGO Ideas rolled out its list of finalists for its LEGO Ideas We Love Sports! building contest. And following the contest’s fan voting phase, we now have our grand prize winner based on what LEGO fans voted for.

If you recall, the LEGO Ideas We Love Sports! contest has a crowd vote phase where special prizes await the sports-themed LEGO MOC that received the most number of votes from February 15 to 25. And based on this pool of 10 finalists, the LEGO Idea Review Team will select one entry that will go on to become an official LEGO Ideas set, similar to what we have with the Music to Our Ears contest and with its soon-to-arrive LEGO Ideas Legendary Stratocaster. Needless to say, bagging the grand prize for the crowd vote does not guarantee that it will be eventually chosen as the next LEGO Ideas set. But looking at this winners list, I’m really hoping that it will be any of them.

Let’s take a look at this roster of winners starting with the overall grand prize winner.

1st Place & Grand Prize Winner (1,244 votes)

Foosball Table by Constructions by Donat

LEGO Ideas We Love Sports!

2nd Place & Runner Up Winner #1 (599 votes)

The Soul of the Rings by theAmazingLegoBananalas

3rd Place & Runner Up Winner #2 (562 votes)

Tribute to Youth-Skateboarding by Hsinwei Chi

LEGO Ideas We Love Sports!

4th Place & Runner Up Winner #3 (553 votes)

Tour de France Lead Cyclist Mechanical Model by ConductionProductions

LEGO Ideas We Love Sports!

Here’s the rest of the contest entries ranked in order of their acquired votes.

5th Place – Ballerina (with Power Up Function) by Sebastian97

6th Place – FIFA World Cup (Full Size) by Estebrick

7th Place – Michael Jordan: Basketball Legend by Brixter

8th Place – Posable Olympic Statue by MRB

9th Place – Sumo by Cugram

10th Place – The Butterfly and the Bee by johannd

Aside from the bragging rights and a cool custom-built LEGO trophy, the Grand Prize Winner will receive the following LEGO goodies:

Likewise, the three runner-ups from this building contest will each receive their custom-made LEGO trophies and one of the following LEGO Ideas sets of their choice mentioned above. Congratulation to all of our winners!

So what do you think? Which of these finalists will go on to become the next LEGO Ideas set? Share your predictions in the comments below.

LEGO Ideas Winnie the Pooh (21326) Set Officially Revealed

LEGO fans can now nostalgically return to the classic 100 Acre Wood with the LEGO Ideas Winnie the Pooh (21326) set. After releasing a teaser on its arrival, LEGO Shop@Home has been updated to include this classic A. A. Milne tale-inspired-set that is fitting for the entire family.

LEGO Ideas Winnie the Pooh (21326)

The LEGO Ideas Winnie the Pooh (21326) is the brainchild of LEGO fan designer Ben Alder (aka benlouisa over at LEGO Ideas) that features Pooh’s iconic house beneath the oak tree. His product idea eventually won the support of more than 10,000 LEGO fans and was given the thumbs-up of the LEGO Ideas Review Team to become the next official LEGO Ideas set during the platform’s Second 2019 LEGO Ideas Review Stage.

The build itself opens to reveal the fine details of Pooh bear’s colorful abode, complete with its furniture and other familiar items.  The set also comes with new-for-2021 minifigure versions of Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, Rabbit, and Eeyore together with their accessories. I’m glad how these new minifigure characters turned out, with LEGO taking the time to create new, insanely accurate moulds and prints for their headpieces.

The LEGO Ideas Winnie the Pooh set comes in at 1,265 pieces and will retail for $100 when it arrives on March 18 for LEGO VIP members, and to April 1 for all. Be sure to click on the following affiliate link below to add this set to your LEGO wishlist.

LEGO Ideas Winnie the Pooh (21326)

1265 pieces | $99.99 | Available beginning March 18 for LEGO VIP members

LEGO Ideas Winnie the Pooh (21326)

Take time out and rekindle joyful, childhood memories with this LEGO® Ideas set (21326) featuring Disney Winnie the Pooh and a delightful LEGO brick recreation of Pooh Bear’s house under a big oak tree in Hundred Acre Wood. Great to build alone or with family, the house opens at the back for easy access to the authentic details inside, including Pooh’s buildable armchair, Pooh-Coo clock, Poohsticks, honey pot elements, and much more. You can also create the effect of bees flying around beehives in the branches of the tree, like in the stories. Popular characters The model comes with Disney’s Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, and Rabbit minifigures, plus an Eeyore LEGO figure. The friends each have an accessory, including Winnie the Pooh’s buildable red balloon, to recreate classic scenes. Special gift Part of a collection of premium-quality LEGO building kits for adults, this set makes a charming gift for yourself, a Disney Winnie the Pooh enthusiast, LEGO fan, or any hobbyist.

  • Enjoy me-time or quality family time and spark childhood memories with this LEGO® Ideas display set (21326) featuring Disney Winnie the Pooh and Pooh Bear’s house in Hundred Acre Wood.
  • Includes 5 characters: Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, and Rabbit minifigures, plus an Eeyore LEGO® figure, each with iconic accessories, including Pooh Bear’s buildable red balloon.
  • The house opens at the back for easy access to the authentic accessories inside including a buildable armchair, Pooh-coo clock, and elements including a Pooh Bear storybook, honey pots, and Poohsticks.
  • Sit Pooh Bear on the log by the buildable fire and, with his balloon, help him ‘float’ up to see the bees ‘buzzing’ around the 2 beehives in the tree.
  • An ideal birthday or holiday gift for LEGO® fans, hobbyists, and anyone who loves Winnie the Pooh, this display model measures over 9 in. (24 cm) high, 7 in. (18 cm) wide, and 8 in. (22 cm) deep.

LEGO Ideas Winnie the Pooh (21326)

LEGO Teases the LEGO Ideas Winnie the Pooh (21326) Set

LEGO has released a teaser for its next LEGO Ideas set, and I’m sure that a lot of LEGO Disney fans will be very excited about this one. The LEGO Ideas Winnie the Pooh (21326) is releasing soon, and this teaser says it all.

If you recall, this next LEGO Ideas set is based on the approved product idea by LEGO fan designer benlouisa during the Second 2019 LEGO Ideas Review Stage along with the now-released LEGO Ideas Medieval Blacksmith (21325).

Pooh bear’s minifigure version is all set up and ready to play… but for some reason that red balloon is giving me the chills.

Brief as it may, the 16-second teaser is sufficient enough to assure us that similar to 123 Sesame Street (21324), we can expect several new moulded minifigure heads for this motley crew of 100 Acre Woods residents. Pooh Bear’s minifig head is spot on, as well as those from Piglet, Tigger, Rabbit, and Eeyore. I really can’t put my finger on it, but I think Pooh’s honey pot minifigure accessory also comes in as a new printed element.

LEGO Ideas Winnie the Pooh
Love the prints on this honey pot.

The LEGO Ideas Winnie the Pooh (21326) set is expected to come in 1,265 pieces and will retail for 99.99€. Be sure to stay tuned here on our blog site for the official reveal of this next LEGO Ideas set anytime soon.

LEGO Ideas Update: Check Out the Current 10K Qualifiers for the First 2021 LEGO Ideas Review Stage

While the LEGO Ideas Team has their hands busy working on the seemingly gargantuan task of evaluating 25 project candidates for the Third 2020 LEGO Ideas Review Stage, it looks like their work keeps on getting more challenging. We’re still barely halfway through the First 2021 LEGO Ideas Review Stage, but we are already seeing twenty-seven (27) 10K qualifiers (and still counting) that managed to gather the needed support to make it move on to the next phase of the selection cycle.

Such an increase in the LEGO fan base has led to numerous approved projects that are now being developed in the LEGO Ideas pipelines and are still waiting to be officially revealed. And on top of this, the LEGO Ideas Team is still hard at work on choosing the next official LEGO fan-made set out of the 25 projects from its latest batch of qualifiers. So, if you’re not overwhelmed yet, let’s have a quick look at the most recent product ideas that managed to get achieve support from 10,000 LEGO fans within the LEGO Ideas platform. Do take note that we still have until April to conclude the First 2021 LEGO Ideas Review Stage, so expect this list to be longer in the months to follow. Here are they are in no particular order. For the LEGO Ideas sets that are now officially available in the market, be sure to visit LEGO Shop@Home.

The Polar Express by Minibrick Productions

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The King’s Castle by BrickHammer

 

The Trulli of Alberobello by Renato Lovicario

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The Castle of Brickwood Forest by poVoq

 

The Karate Kid “Wax On, Wax Off” by Delusion Brick

First 2021 LEGO Ideas Review Stage

 

Hyrule Castle (The Legend of Zelda) by Artem Biziaev

 

LEGO Bookends by farmfarm

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The Nightmare Before Christmas – Halloween Town by Tvrulesmylife

 

Claus Toys by Bricky_Brick

First 2021 LEGO Ideas Review Stage

 

Asterix and Obelix by ZetoVince GP

 

Baba Yaga by Artem Biziaev

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The House of Chocolate by Lepralego

 

Among Us: The Skeld Detailed Map by VaderFan2187

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The Office by Lego the Office

 

Train Bookends by Jimmi-DK

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Castle of Lord AFOL and the Black Knights by SleeplessNight

 

The Shire, the Hobbithole of Frodo and Bilbo Baggins by TB Brickcreator

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The Simpsons – The Krusty Burger by FastBrickStudios

 

Metroid: Samus Aran’s Gunship by L-DI-EGO

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Animal Crossing: New Horizon’s Paradise by TiagoCatarino

 

A Nice Day at the Farm by Adri Clo

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NASA’s SLA and Artemis by Matthew Nolan

 

Scania Next Generation S730 by mpj83

First 2021 LEGO Ideas Review Stage

 

The Sewing Workshop by Bricky_Brick

 

The Forth Bridge by michaeldineen7

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The X-Files: I Want to Believe by BrentWaller

 

4 1/2-Litre 1927-31 Bentley ‘Blower’ by bencroot19

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The LEGO Ideas Website Now Has a New Look

Over the years, the LEGO Ideas website had its share of aesthetic and functional improvements. And this time around, the LEGO fan builder platform has made its most significant visual refresh to date.

As reported by LEGO Engagement Manager Hasan Jensen, it is their way of making all of these little improvements consistent or complimentary of each other, giving the site a de-cluttered, and more simplified look. Specifically, here’s what we can expect:

Over the last months, the team has worked towards giving LEGO Ideas a brand new look focused on simplifying, modernizing and improving the visual experience and consistency across the site.

As we have added new experiences and functionality over the years, we came to the realisation that this was not done in the most consistent way and needed an overhaul to get it all aligned.

During this time, we also took the opportunity to make minor tweaks in various places including:

  • Moving the Blog into the top navigation and subsequently moving Community into the Explore tab
  • Moved from a 4 column design in Explore/Search to place focus on the individual design. Focus on the design submitted is further enhanced by a reduction of the supporter counter.
  • Adding a “Supporting” flag on all Product Ideas you have already supported
  • Moved your “Followers” and “Following” in the profile tab to the left side of the profile page, making the central part all about the content you submit
  • And more…

Other than realigning some of the site’s functionalities and directories, Hasan also made mention of some new rules regarding posting main images of product ideas. This is done so that all entries will now be consistent with how the new LEGO Ideas website looks like.

In order to maintain a clean and consistent look across the site, main images of submissions will no longer be allowed to contain any text or titles, unless otherwise specified.

The only exception is text that is a part of stickers/prints on elements that are explicitly a part of the LEGO model submitted. Text/titles placed on LEGO elements so as to bypass this will not be allowed.

For builders and fan designers to have some time to adjust to these new rules, the LEGO Ideas Team will start moderating entries beginning Monday next week, February 22. This means that any submissions done after midnight of the 21st will no longer be allowed to have text on their main images as stipulated in the guidelines. And though the LEGO Ideas Second 2020 Review Stage has already been concluded, we can expect these changes to be applied to future and current product submissions.

Like any other online collaborative platform, the LEGO Ideas website is not perfect and it will appreciate any feedback that it can get from the LEGO fan community. So what do you think of these changes? Do you think the LEGO Ideas Team has it all covered, or do you have some areas or functionalities that you want to look into? Let us know in the comments below.

LEGO Ideas Minifigure Keychains Now Available at LEGO Shop@Home

Well, here’s one way to gather your LEGO Ideas Central Perk minifigures. In case you missed it, LEGO Shop@Home has been updated with new minifig-inspired gears in the form of several LEGO Ideas minifigure keychains featuring the characters of the iconic hit TV series F.R.I.E.N.D.S. And in case you’re into collecting the minifigure characters, then grabbing these dangling accessories is a no-brainer.

This series of minifigure keychains consists of Ross, Chandler, Joey, Rachel, Monica, and Phoebe. For some reason, LEGO opted not to include a minifigure keychain version of Gunther (the Central Perk’s ubiquitous manager). I guess it’s a marketing strategy for adult LEGO fans to get the LEGO Ideas set itself (wink, wink). Whatever is the case, getting these LEGO Ideas minifigure keychains is a great way to add them to your collection if you’re not planning to purchase the LEGO Ideas Central Perk (21319) set.

You may click on the following affiliate links below to know more about these keychains, with each of them retailing for $5.99.

Ross Geller Key Chain (854117)

LEGO Ideas Minifigure Keychains

Chandler Bing Key Chain (854118)

Joey Tribbiani Key Chain (854119)

LEGO Ideas Minifigure Keychains

Rachel Green Key Chain (854120)

Monica Geller Key Chain (854121)

LEGO Ideas Minifigure Keychains

Phoebe Buffay Key Chain (854122)