Back in November, LEGO opened a design contest both to celebrate the first decade of their fan design-to-official set support platform LEGO Ideas, but also to spruce up the design for their logo. Interested participants needed only to submit their artistic creations in LEGO bricks, other materials or digital CGI.
Last week we talked about the upcoming LEGO Ninjago Days special event happening over at LEGOLAND California starting this coming Friday, January 12. It will even premiere a brand new 4D movie, LEGO Ninjago: Master of the 4th Dimension, while the Ninjago Days festivities will last all through the weekend.
It’s always heartwarming to come across a bit of special-interest news with LEGO involved, and nothing’s more direct to the point than when it’s an official involvement by The LEGO Group. Their partner in this special endeavor is the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), in commemoration of World Children’s Day.