Latest LEGO Ideas contest means your entry could become a puzzle

A new LEGO Ideas contest has been announced and one winning entry might be selected to become the face of a 1000-piece Chronicle Books puzzle.

LEGO Ideas are challenging your building, storytelling, and design skills in their latest contest. This time, the judges are looking for talented visual expression in the form of a creative photograph. This could include toy photography, high-quality photographs or renderings of a LEGO creation, or digital art.

The entries should be based around one of the four following themes: Space and Astronomy, Nature Scenes, Retro, and Architecture. Whichever one you choose, include it in the first line of your entry so the judges know what you selected.

If chosen as a Puzzle Design Review winner, your entry will be made into a 1,000-piece puzzle by Chronicle Books and sold to the general public. Your name will be credited on the item, plus you take home 1% of net sales of the product and 10 copies of the finished puzzle to try out for yourself.

Aside from the Puzzle Design Review winner, four winners will also be chosen from the fan voting, one for each category. They will take home some selected prizes from LEGO Publishing and Chronicle Books, as well as LEGO Ideas 21322 Pirates of Barracuda Bay, 21324 123 Sesame Street, 21325 Medieval Blacksmith, and 21326 Winnie The Pooh.

The contest is open from right now until July 20 at 6.00am EST and you can enter via the contest page. You can also read more about what the judges are looking for on the LEGO Ideas blog post.

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Rachael Davies

I am a freelance journalist based in Edinburgh, writing about all things nerdy, from Star Wars and Marvel through to LEGO flowers and Gundam. When I’m not writing, you’ll likely find me trying to stop my two pet rabbits from chewing everything I own, meaning I essentially work two full-time jobs at once.

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