Senior LEGO Designer Wes Talbott and Graphic Designer Crystal Marie Fontan introduce us to the set’s features, revealing how they brought it from Jason Allemann and Grant Davis’s concept to a shelf-ready product. As it turns out, there wasn’t much to do in terms of the set’s basic functions, although the graphics and aesthetics have obviously changed considerably from the all-tan book in the fan-submitted project.
We’ve already taken our own look at 21315 Pop-Up Book, and you can read our verdict here. If you’re anxious to pick it up, you can do so early – and meet Jason and Grant in person – at the Washington Square LEGO Store in Oregon on Saturday.
This is the 23rd set released under the LEGO Ideas/Cuusoo heading since 2011’s 21100 Shinkai 6500 Submarine launched in Japan. The next two sets in the fan-voted theme will be Kevin Feeser’s Treehouse and Andrew Clark’s Flintstones project.