LEGO Ideas Test Lab, reintroduced in 2022, is back for another round of sets, this time inviting everyone to submit custom minifigure displays. Earlier in 2023, the initiative saw seven of nine designs release via Pick a Brick.
|Set name||Fan designer||Prices||Pieces|
|Billboard Fun||MiniBricks74279||£23.62 / $41.22 AUD / $38.24 NZD / €27.72||199|
|Cyber Explorers||Beto_Builds||£13.33 / $23.88 AUD / $22.10 NZD / €15.87||200|
|4-Season Greenhouse||ThatOneGuy_Steve||£26.13 / $46.63 AUD / $43.43 NZD / €31.67||200|
|Market Magic||Boom Brickz||£23.67 / $41.60 AUD / $38.45 NZD / €27.80||178|
|Modular Racers||nasa105||£23.17 / $41.18 AUD / $38.32 NZD / €28.06||198|
|Garden Dreams||Mind The Brick||£22.61 / $39.84 AUD / $36.97 NZD / €26.66||196|
|Brick-quarium||JBBrickFanatic||£12.71 / $22.30 AUD / $20.84 NZD / €15.23||185|
Entries must be between 150 and 200 pieces using a select BrickLink Studio palette and hold at least four minifigures. They must also be able to fit both minifigures and mini-dolls, though that should only be an issue for the height of the available space on your builds.
More rules and guidelines are available on the LEGO Ideas Test Lab page. Entry is open from May 9 to 23 and a crowd vote will be held between May 25 and June 8.
Winning designs will see their designers walk away with $1,500 (before tax) and have their models available for purchase on the official online store.